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LG Announces NFC-Equipped Oven for Your Android Device

Yes, the future has finally arrived. LG announced the NFC-equipped Lightwave DIOS oven today, allowing for your Android device to communicate wirelessly with your hot food maker. It is a convection oven, featuring 220 ways to prepare your food. It even sports an Air Fry mode which utilizes a small amount of vegetable oil, reducing fat intake by up to 77%. Thanks for looking out, LG. 

LG’s Air Fryer features often cook at home fries, pork cutlet, fried shrimp, and only a small amount of vegetable oil to cook plain but can not dry. Up to 77% compared to normal frying can reduce fat intake is very beneficial to the health care of the family. 

No word on when we can see the Lightwave DIOS hit the market or for how much, but we will probably keep your posted on this revolutionary kitchen product.

Are we ready for Android and NFC to take over our houses? Yes.

Via: LG

  • Fetter

    I hope I can play candy crush on it’s probable 6″ display…

  • Dios is God in spanish. So this is the LG God.

  • rabidhunter

    Hmm Fried Twinkies, Fried Ice Cream, Fried Oreos, and now we’re going healthy with Oven Baked Android Phone! Yum

  • T4rd

    That women is probably wondering what kind of iPhone she’s holding and why her iPhone doesn’t work with the oven.

  • Andrew Elliott

    Thats a Samsung phone she is holding right?

    • T4rd

      Not far from it. It’s the Optimus G Pro that is almost a carbon copy of the Note 2.

  • LoganLopez

    Wonder what crappy skin they will put on the microwave…

    • T4rd

      Hopefully they don’t put the buttons on the back of the oven.

      • Raj Bhatt

        I really like the G2, but I gotta admit that this made me laugh really loud in the middle of my office.

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    • Johnmore

      My last pay check
      was $9500 working 12 hours a week online. My sisters friend has been
      averaging 15k for months now and she works about 20 hours a week. I can’t
      believe how easy it was once I tried it out. This is what I do,

  • SmokeNMirrors

    Damn it! I really wanted Wifi on my next hot food maker… What if I’m in the next room? Am I really supposed to walk up to my hot food maker and get in NFC range? What kind of techno-gimmick is this?

    • michael arazan

      So we use out phone’s keypad instead of the appliances keypad?? This is a bit redundant unless it is voice activated, which would still be a nightmare

  • samosa king

    So will real androids run on Android OS and have NFC chips in them too?

  • samosa king