The ASUS ROG Mjolnir power station at Computex.

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  • ASUS has shown off the ROG Mjolnir power station at Computex 2024.
  • This is a hammer-shaped power station with a detachable flashlight and Qi 2.0 charging support.
  • You might need to wait until early 2025 to get your hands on this device.

Whether you’re in the wild or live in a country with an unreliable electrical supply, power stations can be indispensable tools. There are a variety of options out there, but ASUS is showing off the first ROG-branded power station at Computex.

The ASUS ROG Mjolnir power station gets its name due to the torch attachment that sits atop it, making for a design that looks like Thor’s hammer. It has a substantial 768Wh LiFePO4 battery, and the Taiwanese brand says it’ll power a 700W PC for an hour. Of course, you can expect a substantially longer run time if you’re using a laptop for work (e.g., typing, web browsing), featuring wattages below 100W. Nevertheless, this capacity exceeds that of my own Ecoflow River 2 Max, which offers a very respectable 512Wh battery.