Heinz’s Beanzawave is touted as the world’s smallest microwave, and it’s USB-powered to boot. Standing 7.4-inches tall, it uses “a combination of mobile phone radio frequencies to create the heat to cook both on the outside and within in under a minute.” Don’t have a computer around? Just pop in some batteries and you’re good to go. Continue reading for one more picture.

The single serve microwavable Snap Pots allow people to quickly heat and eat. We are therefore delighted to be working with Gordon as the Beanzawave is the perfect partner to Heinz Snap Pots, allowing a nutritious snack to be whipped up anywhere in just 60 seconds.

[via Dailymail]

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