Ikea and Asus ROG join forces. Here are the gaming wonders that hit the popular chain store

Gamingowy it has been a synonym for me for years tacky i overpriced. The first associations are always LED diodes, disgusting decorations and… no matter how good the products are, their design is often ahead of them. Ikea, for a change, is associated with very affordable furniture and accessories – and puzzles for adults ;-). Now Asus ROG and Ikea have joined forces and a new line of products designed with gamers in mind is just launched on the Chinese market. Fortunately – no multi-colored RGB LEDs!

Gaming products in Ikea created in cooperation with Asus ROG

Ikea and Asus: Republic Of Gamers have announced a collaboration that will consist of several dozen products. From furniture to accessories – and the first of them are just going on sale, although I would like to point out right away that for now on the Chinese market – it will be more widely available in the coming autumn.

The product that arouses the most emotions from the entrance is undoubtedly a wooden hand, which is a stand for accessories – it can be used as a hanger for headphones, a place to hang / hold cables and other treasures. It’s a pity that Macbook adapters can not act as a thimble there, but you know. They are probably not gaming enough. The cost of such a wonder is CNY 129, or about PLN 75. But that’s not the end – since we are talking about accessories for players, we could not do without a dedicated chair (for about PLN 170), a desk with a matte black top and red or blue finishes (about PLN 125), a mouse pad 90 × 40 cm (about PLN 55). Since we are in the 21st century – these are also nice accessories for streamers, including lighting with a phone holder or … a cup holder. However, this is still nothing. My favorite gadget in this collection is the neck pillow, which reminds me of the ones without which I never get on a plane with a long journey in mind (for about PLN 18). Full you can find the list here.


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