Absolutely, that is the free Upgrade Kit manufacturers promoted to keep customers buying Vista computers. You have until Jan 31 to order it but I would order now to get it asap!
As it turns out this is the best possible situation for buyers because:
1) If you had held out to buy a Windows 7 computer, you would have had to deal with the manufacturer's bloatware added at factory, which is nearly impossible to get off since uninstalling corrupts system files, and there is no longer a clean copy of Windows 7 DVD included. Plus manufacturers actually enforce their bloatware by refusing to support your own clean install with a borrowed or downloaded copy of Windows 7 that can activate with the license locked to your mobo.
2) thanks to MS insistence that manufacturers allow buyers to have a clean install, these Upgrade Kits include a clean copy Windows 7 DVD, along with a apps/drivers
CD to choose what you want to install after you clean install Windows 7, booting from the DVD to get the cleanest possible formatted
install. The DVD is already nearly driver
-complete, with other drivers/apps being on the Support Downloads page for your model.