35-YO Rice Cooker is DOA

My 35-YO rice cooker died. It was a very early, very simple one - at least by American standards of the late 70s. Everything was controlled by the volume of water added: It simmered until it boiled dry (temperature increased) and then shut off. I need a new one and I think I can do a little better this time. Smaller is better as we rarely feed more than two. Ideas, including brand and model - and your personal experience if relevant - are most welcome. We're not wealthy, but function is more important than cost. Thank you.

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