Yes. Nothing special really. It's a Realtek and Windows 7 provides native support for the hardware.
I always thought this was a handy feature to have and interestingly no top of the line Asus board seems to include this anymore.
I used the one from the Asus website in compatibility mode, and although I get it recognized, I can't get it to connect to my network. And natively Windows 7 wasn't able to load the driver for it either. It just showed up as RTL8187_ in the device manager. I also tried Realtek's RTL8187SE driver and that didn't help.
Edited by .Andres - 10/16/11 at 8:48am