'Freescale Semiconductor' recently debuted a new concept microwave that uses solid-state radio frequency technology to cook meals. While placing leftovers in the microwave often means sacrificing flavor, this new microwave would ensure that your food comes out tasting just as good as if it were freshly cooked.
The use of solid-state radio frequency technology would give users greater power to control where, when and how much heat is being directed onto their food. This increased level of control would help to prevent overcooking and also preserve the nutrients that are often destroyed in traditional microwaves. The new Freescale Semiconductor appliance would also be able to heat up food at different intensities, allowing users to cook multiple dishes at once. The device may even be connected to the Internet so that it could adapt to the cooking preferences of the user.
Currently the futuristic microwave is just a concept, but the company does plan to continue testing the new technology and improving our current kitchen appliances.
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