World’s Smallest Microwave

World's Smallest Microwave

Heinz has created the world’s smallest microwave which measures only 7.4inches tall by 6.2in wide and 5.9in deep. It is designed by microwave expert Gordon Andrews and Stephen Frazer, an authority on industrial design and managing director of Frazer Designers. The little microwave is powered by the USB port so it can be place right beside you in the office or home work desk.

“It works by the use of a combination of mobile phone radio frequencies to create the heat to cook both on the outside and within in under a minute.”

This little machine is capable of reheating a pie, a burger, a cup of soup or tea in quick time. Current still under prototype.

World's Smallest Microwave

[via Daily Mail]

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