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USB Microwave Lets Workers Heat Food At Their Desks [Pics]

USB Microwave Lets Workers Heat Food At Their Desks [Pics]
Design & Architecture

‘My Lunchbox’ connects to your computer and warms your food according to the desired time and temperature.

Emma Hutchings
  • 2 july 2012

Dan Luo’s food warmer ‘My Lunchbox‘ brings the microwave to busy workers’ desks, providing them with a convenient way to heat up their lunch without leaving their seat. The device can be connected to your computer via USB and then you simply place your lunchbox into the food warmer and set a desired time and temperature. When the food is ready, a signal will show on the food warmer and a message will appear on your computer to let you know.

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My Lunchbox

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