A "slow cooking oven" is an accurate description of HotLogic, and one we use sometimes when we're using it more like an oven. The truth is that this isn't 100% accurate simply because it's not broad enough. HotLogic can also be used to reheat food perfectly without overcooking it, so it's kind of like a microwave…kind of. When you're cooking slow roasts, baked potatoes or the sort, you can use it like a crock pot (that knows when to turn off and stop cooking things to mush).
It doesn't matter whether you're cooking uncooked, frozen chicken breasts with fresh beans on top or reheating last night's pizza: HotLogic knows when you're meal is cooked, and when it is, it holds it at a save, delicious temperature until you're ready to eat it.
THIS is what makes HotLogic so difficult to describe. It does something that literally NOTHING else can do! It frees you from checking the crock pot, sticking around the house because the oven is on, and relying on the microwave's always-inconsistent reheating.