George Foreman USB iGrill

Ok, now where was this USB grill when I was going through college; cooking noodle using a coffee maker didn't make an ideal meal.  Now with the iGrill, that's one totally different story.  All that's required is to plug the grill's USB into your PC or laptop.  Then the USB current directly charge the high voltage capacitors cooking you a perfect meal – at least that's what ThinkGeek is reporting.  The iGrill feature a sophisticated web-base cooking interface; simply download recipes from the Internet, enter in the type of food, weight and desired degree of doneness, and the iGrill handles the rest.  There's no need to worry that your food is undercooked because the grill gives out a subtle glow from under the unit.  The glow increases in brightness and pulses until your meal is perfectly cooked.

Buy it at ThinkGeek for $99.99.