has announced six new displays specifically for North America, three of which we've never seen before, and three of which appear to be foreign imports. First up is the 24-inch SyncMaster
245T (pictured), which will be available in March priced at $799.99, and comes with a 3000:1 contrast ratio, 1920 x 1200 resolution, and an 80mm stand with tilt and swivel. If you prefer a few more inches of viewable screen and don't mind sticking with the same resolution, go for the 27-inch 275T, which will be available in February at a price point of $999.99. Next up is the announcement of the US availability of the 19-inch SyncMaster 932B which is decked out with a glossy finish, a unique ball hinge for smooth tilting, a 700:1 contrast ratio, 5-millisecond response time, 1280 x 1024 resolution, and a comforting but practically meaningless Windows Vista certification
. This model will be available in February for $249.99. Samsung has also revealed the existence of the 19-inch SyncMaster 906BW which will be launched at the same time as the 20- and 22-inch 206BW and 226BW become available in the US. These models will be put on sale in February priced at $279.99, $349.99, and $429.99, respective to each display's increase in screen size. Similar to the 245 and 275T, this range also features the same 3000:1 contrast ratio, and 16:10 aspect ratio as its cousins.