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ROG吹雪电竞显示器发布：2K 170Hz，Fast IPS面板******
本月asus宣布推送了玩家国度ROG STRIX XG279Q-W “吹雪”电竞显示器，即XG279Q的白色版本，外型选用了纯白色机壳，反面有十分醒目的ROG Logo，适用AURA SYNC RGB同歩。
显示屏为 27 英尺，选用 Fast IPS 控制面板，具备 2K 屏幕分辨率 170Hz 刷新频率，响应速度低至 1ms，饱和度 1000:1。该商品具备 HDR 400 验证，遮盖 95% DCI-P3 色彩饱和度。
asus ROG STRIX XG279Q-W适用英伟达显卡G-SYNC技术性，能够避免画面撕裂。显示器支架底端有着投射功能，能够在桌面上投影图案设计。
该商品具备2×HDMI 2.0插口，1×DP 1.2插口，3.5mm耳机插孔及其USB网络交换机功能，与此同时配备黑影提高功能，游戏辅助软件功能，内嵌多种多样预置，达到竟速，FPS，MOBA 等不一样手机游戏的要求。显示屏还有着德国莱茵认证，无闪频，给予5挡减少高清蓝光选择项。
China's Olympic champion Zhang wins at FINA Short******
ABU DHABI, Dec. 17 (Xinhua) -- China's Olympic champion Zhang Yufei took victory for the first time at the FINA short-course swimming World Championships by winning the women's 200m butterfly race on Friday.。
On the second competition day at Abu Dhabi, Zhang finished the final first in two minutes and 3.01 seconds, followed by American Charlotte Hook and Lana Pudar from Bosnia and Herzegovina, who both touched the wall more than one second later.。
"The gold medal is just what I have expected. Actually I was thinking about breaking the world record. If I were in the good form as I had been in at the Tokyo Olympic Games, it would be possible. However, I took a rest after the Olympics and now I feel a little bit disappointed about the result," said the 23-year-old.。
Zhang's result is 3.40 seconds behind Spaniard Mireia Belmonte's world record from 2014, which is still the only sub-two minute performance in the event.。
In the men's 200m freestyle, the 18-year-old South Korean Hwang Sunwoo repeated his compatriot Park Taehwan's victory in the event five years ago, winning the hard-fought race in 1:41.60.。
Russia's Aleksandr Shchegolev was only 0.03 behind Hwang and Danas Rapsys from Lithuania came third in 1:41.73.。
Ilya Shymanovich of Belarus broke the Championships record in the men's breaststroke in 55.70 seconds.。
Louise Hansson did not only triumph in the women's 100m backstroke in 55.20 seconds but also grabbed the gold in the women's 4x50m medley relay as Sweden finished the race with a time of one minute and 42.38 seconds, equalling the world record set by the United States three years ago. Enditem。
UK's Johnson scraps COVID******
Tourists wearing masks to protect against the spread of coronavirus stand outside Windsor Castle on February 17.
British Prime Minister Boris onMonday said he would end all coronavirus restrictions in Englandincluding mandatory self-isolation for people with COVID-19 andfree testing, drawing skepticism from some scientists andpolitical opponents.
Johnson's "living with COVID" plan has sparked alarm that itis premature and will leave the country vulnerable to new viralvariants, but the government says it has provided more testingthan most other countries, and must now curb the cost.
The plan to ditch the remaining legal restrictions is apriority for many of Johnson's Conservative Party lawmakers,whose discontent over his scandal-ridden leadership hasthreatened his grip on power. Some critics think the plan isalso a bid to divert attention from those scandals.
Britain has reported 160,00 deaths from COVID-19, theseventh-highest death toll in the world.
As Europe retainssocial distancing and vaccine rules, Johnson is moving to repealany pandemic requirements that impinge on personal freedom,saying it is time the public took responsibility.
He will lean even more on the rollout of booster vaccines,with the government offering extra booster doses to the mostvulnerable, as well as other pharmaceuticals interventions suchas antiviral treatments.
"Restrictions pose a heavy toll on our economy, our society,our mental wellbeing and on the life chances of our children,and we do not need to pay that cost any longer," Johnson toldparliament.
"So let us learn to live with this virus and continueprotecting ourselves and others without restricting ourfreedoms."
Johnson said that the legal requirement to self-isolate forpeople who test positive for COVID-19 would be removed on February 24while free universal testing would end on April 1.
The devolved administrations of Scotland, Wales and NorthernIreland have set their own COVID-19 restrictions, but the amountof money they have to spend on testing will flow from decisionsmade by the UK government.
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon was scathing onTwitter, writing: "To allow significant dismantling of thetesting infrastructure built up in last two years would beinexcusable negligence given ongoing risks."
'Scale this back'
Johnson said that some surveillance of the coronavirus wouldremain in place, allowing for a rapid response to new variants,which could be quickly scaled up.
But he cited the much-weakened link between COVID-19 casesand deaths due to vaccines, antivirals and the lower severity ofthe Omicron variant as informing his decision.
"It is only because we know Omicron is less severe, thattesting for Omicron on the colossal scale we have been doing ismuch less important and much less valuable in preventing seriousillness," Johnson said.
"This came at a vast cost... We must now scale this back."
Johnson said that symptomatic testing would remain availablefor at-risk groups and social care staff, and would work withretailers to allow anyone who wants to buy tests.
Britain has been unusual in providing free lateral flowtests to people who want to for months. In contrast, USPresident Joe Biden offered limited free rapid tests tohouseholds for the first time last month.
Leaders in Scotland and Wales had criticized Johnson's plansto reduce the availability of testing ahead of the announcement,while leader of the opposition Keir Starmer also said that theplan was ill-conceived.
"We can't turn off Britain's radar before the war is won.'Ignorance is bliss' is not a responsible approach to a deadlyvirus," Labour Party leader Starmer said.