The world’s first microwave oven is set to go on sale in India next week, and is designed to provide people with a fast and easy way to cook all kinds of food.
The Indian government has launched a competition for ideas for the new microwave, which will be launched by the end of November.
According to the Indian government, the microwave could reduce food wastage by 25 percent by storing food for less than four hours.
It will also be cheaper than traditional cooking methods and would reduce the cost of living.
The microwave is made of glass, metal and ceramic and is able to heat food at up to 1,500 degrees Celsius.
It’s powered by a 12-volt battery and has a range of up to 50 meters (160 feet).
It is designed for use by small families and households of two to five people, with two to four people able to use it.
The device is said to be affordable, with the price tag being around $70 for a unit with an integrated circuit.
The Microwave is the brainchild of a scientist at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (NIIIT) in New Delhi, where the microwave has been tested and is now undergoing trials.
According the official website, the Microware will be powered by solar panels and have a power capacity of 500 watts.
The official launch date is November 1, the day India celebrates Independence Day.