I'm looking to buy a hackintoshable laptop for around or under $500 CAD. What I'm looking for is something that won't break down within a year, isn't fragile and won't break after being dropped a few times. I don't plan on using it only for OSX, but also for Windows and some Linux distros and things like that. Some of the things I will be doing on it include [ACRONYM="I don't need a super high-powered laptop for this, I've done gaming on shitty laptops in the past, I can probably do it again on a better laptop and be just fine"]gaming[/ACRONYM] and audio processing, so I'd prefer something that is at least somewhat fast and has a reasonable amount of RAM. So, what'd you suggest, and why? I'd prefer not to have Acer laptops suggested to me, as I've had bad experiences with Acer laptops in the past and would prefer to avoid them. EDIT: Since $500 CAD is probably rather laughable for a hackintosh, seeing as everything I've found from Googling has been pretty expensive, I will mention that I'm buying this through school and the full budget I have is $1,500 CAD, but I'd prefer to not spend all of that as there are other things I need to buy, so I'd be willing to buy a computer up to $1,000 CAD.