Miele adds electromagnetic waves to Wi-Fi oven for better cooking
Whatever you do, don't call Miele's Wi-Fi-enabled Dialog Oven a microwave.
The German manufacturer of high-end appliances announced its latest wall oven Wednesday at the IFA trade show in Berlin. What makes the Dialog Oven special is that it cooks your food with electromagnetic waves (microwaves also use this same type of energy), traditional radiant heat from the top and bottom of the oven, and a convection fan. The result, Miele says, is better-tasting food that cooks faster. The Dialog Oven will also work with an app that will let you browse recipes and send instructions to the oven through Wi-Fi.
But the Dialog Oven is more sophisticated than a microwave oven and more innovative than a traditional oven, Miele executives said.
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