Well, the Verizon Wireless Razr is finally here. After months of speculation, countless false starts, and repeated denials by Verizon that the company even had it (as if), the much-anticipated Motorola Razr V3c is now on sale. As the first Razr for a CDMA network, it offers some significant feature improvements upon the original for Cingular, including support for Verizon's 3G network, a 1.3-megapixel camera, and an MP3 player. We'll have to wait and see, however, just what you can do with the Bluetooth. According to Verizon, you can purchase the phone on Verizon's Web site starting Dec. 6, but if you want to pick it up from a Verizon store, you'll have to wait until December 12. The initial price is $199 after a $100 rebate and a two-year contract. And don't worry, Sprint customers, you can get your own Razr-like phone with the .