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The Panasonic NN-SD997S microwave with inverter technology.

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The blue LED display is easy to read.

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This hefty 2.2-cubic-foot microwave will definitely feed a large family.

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The inverter technology is claimed to cook delicate foods like eggs and fish better than traditional microwaves.

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A moisture sensor knows when your food is done.

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Bring a plate from home to make sure your dinnerware actually fits in the microwave.

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The dial is extremely intuitive.

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This microwave has basic and advanced features.

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A shot of the Panasonic's instrument panel.

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Another shot of this large countertop microwave.

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