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Tuesday, June 9, 2009

World's Smallest Microwave Is USB Powered

Submitted by LiveScience Staff

The Beanzawave is said to be the world's smallest microwave.

The microwave oven was invented during WWII when Percy Spenser was conducting radar experiments and leaned up against a microwave-emitting tube and accidentally melted the candy bar in his pocket. Here's how they work.

The Beanzawave is special: It is powered by a laptop computer's USB port. So now you don't have to leave your computer even for a cup of coffee or a delicious bowl of piping hot Top Ramen.

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