If Heinz, yup, the ketchup maker has its way you’ll never leave the confines of your cubicle. Measuring just just 7.4inches tall by 6.2in wide and 5.9in deep, this mini microwave – called the Beanzawave – can be powered off your computer’s USB port or optional lithium ion batteries. I’m still convinced its a super belated April Fool’s joke, but all signs point to it being the real deal. Unlike conventional microwave ovens, the Beanzawave uses a combination of mobile phone radio frequencies to heat the inserted food or liquid, which might explain its ability to be powered by USB. The current prototype Beanzawave has a price tag of about $160, which prices it beyond most consuermers’ appetites for convenience, but like all things portable and mobile phone oriented the price is sure to drop with time. If you’re looking for a handy microwave…for your kitchen and not your workstation, then check out Why You Should Buy A New Microwave and which brand and model we consider to be the best small microwave in the market.