Yes , Microsoft Streets and trips should come with the software, maps and a reciever that plugs into the usb port. It also works with bluetooth if you have that onboard the laptop. Price up in Canada was 60 bucks when I went to pick it up.
There are two versions, one with the usb gps and one with just the maps, it will say which on the box.
If your laptop has Bluetooth, there are a number of Bluetooth GPS receivers available from places such as BuyGPSNow and Semsons that will work quite nicely with laptops and PDAs/smartphones. Some of these units also have logging capability, in which position is recorded over time in the device’s memory for later retrieval.