Heh, Yep! And I can say it works like a charm! I have one USB Wireless connected to my regular computer--which is connected through a cable modem to the internet, and the other to the IO. I used Intel's Internet Software Sharing (ISS) as opposed to MS's Internet Connection Sharing (ICS), and it worked fine. I also share my regular computer's drives (and the IO's) and printer. So far everything seems fine. Clearly it's not 10 Mbps, but it is wireless-so I can roam--as soon as somebody figures out a battery solution for the IO.
The important thing to remember (which none of the auctions say, nor Intel), is that you must have at least two nodes in the wireless to get it to work. Not trying to insult you--just don't want anybody buying one only to be disappointed and find out later--you know.
I've even taken one apart. It's a little "L" shaped circuit board. It measures about 2.5" x 2.5" with one quadrant removed (hence the L shape).
I would like to find a way to mount it internally--however, clearly something must be figured out with the RF shield--otherwise it'd be pointless. I don't know if attaching a simple antenna to it that would pass through the holes in the RF shield would work or not--I supposed I'll try something like that.
Hope that helps.