CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again

Designer looks for at-home cooks

Mega capacity

A heavy footprint

Smarter than your average preset

Familiar controls

Worth the price?

The GE Profile Series 2.2 Cu. Ft. Countertop Microwave Oven is available in a classy stainless steel finish. If looks aren't a concern, you can save $50 by going with a model in black or white plastic.
Updated: / Caption: / Photo: Colin West McDonald/CNET

Designer looks for at-home cooks

Mega capacity

A heavy footprint

Smarter than your average preset

Familiar controls

Worth the price?

With a capacity of 2.2 cubic feet and a 16-inch turntable, this microwave can fit just about anything you'd want to cook in it.
Updated: / Caption: / Photo: Colin West McDonald/CNET

Designer looks for at-home cooks

Mega capacity

A heavy footprint

Smarter than your average preset

Familiar controls

Worth the price?

At 24 inches wide, 14 inches tall, and 20 inches deep, this GE Profile Series microwave will require a lot of real estate on your countertop. Oh, and it weighs 44 pounds.
Updated: / Caption: / Photo: Colin West McDonald/CNET

Designer looks for at-home cooks

Mega capacity

A heavy footprint

Smarter than your average preset

Familiar controls

Worth the price?

The microwave's presets use built-in moisture sensors to automatically calculate how long your food will need to cook. The reheat function works especially well for leftovers of all kinds.
Updated: / Caption: / Photo: Colin West McDonald/CNET

Designer looks for at-home cooks

Mega capacity

A heavy footprint

Smarter than your average preset

Familiar controls

Worth the price?

There's nothing flashy or new about this microwave's controls, but that also makes it really simple to use.
Updated: / Caption: / Photo: Colin West McDonald/CNET

Designer looks for at-home cooks

Mega capacity

A heavy footprint

Smarter than your average preset

Familiar controls

Worth the price?

At an MSRP of $359, this microwave doesn't come cheap. You're paying for the huge capacity, the 1100 watts, moisture-sensing presets, and the stainless steel finish.
Updated: / Caption: / Photo: Colin West McDonald/CNET
Up Next

Here's everything that works with Google Home and Home Mini