Samsung 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.