The Nokia Microwave Oven Has a Cellphone-Like Touchscreen Interface

 - Apr 1, 2013
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Looking at the Nokia Microwave Oven, one would have little doubt that this appliance was inspired by the latest offering of handsets that use the Windows operating system. The slick countertop meal warmer integrates a control panel that looks just like the home screen of a smartphone. It features food-related icons and suggests a range of apps that allow you to interact with your supper in cutting-edge ways.

The 5AM-TH1N6 Constellation would supposedly incorporate an interior camera to take snapshots of your dish while it revolves within the chamber. These could be sent to your friends by social media. Power-wise, it would offer a water-cooled 8-core high-voltage transformer and 5,000 watts for your culinary convenience. The only problem with the enticing concept of the bright yellow Nokia Microwave Oven is that its anticipated production is actually an April Fools' joke.