ASUS Unveils ROG Mjolnir – A Solar Power Station/Portable Battery for Gamers

ASUS has surprised fans by unveiling the ROG Mjolnir Power Station, which seems to have been inspired by April Fools’ jokes but is indeed a genuine product. Reminiscent of Thor’s hammer from Norse mythology, this power station boasts a unique design with a small handle and a bulky body, complete with various ports including 2x USB-C and 2x USB-A, four sockets, LED power indicators, and the iconic ROG logo.


Originally teased on April Fools’ Day, many initially dismissed it as a prank. However, ASUS has confirmed that the ROG Mjolnir is real, aiming to provide portable power for PC gaming on the go. While specific details about battery capacity and output remain undisclosed, the device appears to be a robust solution for gamers needing power on the move.

Moreover, ASUS has hinted at additional features such as solar power compatibility, suggesting the potential to harness solar energy for charging devices. Despite skepticism about its solar capabilities, the inclusion of a handle and hints of outdoor use further intrigue consumers about its versatility.

Interestingly, ASUS has a history of announcing innovative products on April Fools’ Day, with some turning out to be real and successful, like the ROG Ally handheld gaming PC. This time, the ROG Mjolnir power station seems to follow the same path of surprising consumers with a genuinely innovative concept.

Rog Mjolnir Power Station

As anticipation builds, ASUS plans to reveal more details about the ROG Mjolnir at the Computex tradeshow in June 2024. In the meantime, gamers eagerly await further information about this intriguing addition to the gaming accessories lineup.

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