If you were itching for one of these but couldn’t wait for it to make its debut on a North American carrier, you can now snag one unlocked for the healthy price of $549 on Palm’s website. Otherwise, it’s likely that AT&T will pick it up and sell it to you for a nice subsidized price. For hardcore Treo fans, it can be had now. Here’s a recap of the specs in case you forgot:

  • Touchscreen and full keyboard
  • Microsoft® Windows Mobile® 6.1 Professional Edition
  • Outlook® email with Microsoft® Direct Push Technology and HTML support1,2
  • High-speed data with UMTS/HSDPA3
  • High-capacity, removable battery
  • Instant-on Wi-Fi button1
  • GPS for navigation, turn-by-turn directions, and local search1
  • Microsoft® Office Outlook® Mobile for Contacts, Calendar, and Tasks
  • Edit native Microsoft® Word and Excel® documents4
  • Open and view PowerPoint,® PDF, and ZIP files
  • Use Internet Explorer® Mobile to search the web fast1
  • Functions as a high-speed modem for your laptop5
  • Personal email including Hotmail, Yahoo!, and Gmail1
  • Chat-style view for SMS and MMS6
  • Windows Media® Player Mobile for audio and video
  • 2.0 megapixel camera with video capture

Pretty sweet for a hot new 3G phone.