It’s not a joke, ASUS are building the ROG MJOLNIR power station

ASUS officially reveals their ROG Mjolnir power station

On April 1st, ASUS revealed the ROG MJOLNIR, and on April 2nd they revealed that it wasn’t a joke. Yes, the ROG Mjolnir is real, and it will be showcased at Computex 2024. The question we have now is what is Mjolnir?

In their initial April 1st reveal, ASUS stated that gamers will be able to “harness the energy of the sun“. ASUS are also using the same Norse Mythology naming scheme as their ROG THOR power supplies. Has ASUS has built a portable power station that can be charged using solar energy? This would make the ROG Mjolnir a similar device to an EcoFlow Delta power station. Alternatively, it could be an Uninterruptable Power Supply (UPS).

We don’t expect to hear much about ASUS’ new ROG Mjolnir product until their Computex 2024 showcase. There, we can expect to hear more exact information about this new product.

Based on the image that ASUS has provided us, we can see that there are four US-style power outlets, two USB Type-A ports, and two USB Type-C ports. But how much power can this device can output?  How much energy can the Mjolnir store? Can I lift it using that handle? We’ll have to wait a few months to find out.

Personally, I’m looking forward to seeing what this new ROG product is capable of. Is it just a high-performance UPS that will protect your ROG setup from power outages? My guess is it’s fully operational power station, like an EcoFlow Delta Pro (or similar products). Solar power input is an obvious option, as would power from a more traditional generator.

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