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A convection oven cooks food with heat; much like a conventional oven. It is faster, though, as it circulates the air around inside the cavity.
So, it's faster than a conventional oven, but slower than a microwave oven.
Conventional ovens which also microwaved at the same time, have also been manufactured.
They were also faster than a conventional oven, but slower than a microwave. But they were not the same as a convection oven as they did not circulate the air.