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Photos: Samsung's next generation of connected home appliances

Samsung has showcased its next-generation of home appliances by fitting out a luxury home.

Samsung 32L Black Finish Convection Microwave (MC324GAKCBB)

The Samsung 32L Black Finish Convection Microwave helps create gourmet meals. Whether steaming vegetables or crisping food, this can all be done in Samsung’s new convection microwave.

Key features:

- Cook fast, healthy meals with the Steam Cooking function which pumps steam into the oven to gently envelop and heat food while it cooks
- Enjoy crisp food, with less guilt with the Slim Fry function which combines the grill and circulating warm air to crisp food using minimal oil
- BaseMax technology replaces the traditional spin tray with a crisp white glass that creates an easy to clean surface that utilises the entire oven space. The Ceramic Inside offers an easy clean, non-stick, scratch resistant interior and also comes with a 10 year manufacturer’s warranty

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