LG’s ‘Lightwave Oven’ masters a series of complex culinary functions. Technically known as the ‘MA922MBN,’ the product is now available in Korea and may soon be sold elsewhere. While many use microwaves to merely heat up popcorn or to reheat leftovers, the Asian electronics company has decided to take the framework to the next level.
According to Gizmodo.com, the MA922MBN acts as a “…convection oven, a grill, a dehydrator, a fermentor, and even a toaster…” Its self-cleaning function helps to minimize the overall impact of these expansive features. And while the eclectic inclusion of these tools is remarkable on its own, LG has gone even further with a smartphone control system, allowing users to operate the Lightwave Oven from a distance.