Hello all! My grandpa turned 71 last week. He bought his first computer around 2004-ish, and it had Windows XP. He's used that computer until July, when I warned him about XP loosing support in a few years, and that it was starting to fail. He bought a custom-spec'd HP TouchSmart 420 with Windows 7, which I upgraded to Windows 8 in October. Basically, he's used Windows since his first PC. He just came up to me and said "William, I'm vaguely considering buying a MacBook Pro -- because they were talking about price cuts on the news." I explained that they were talking about refurb retina models, and that $1400+ is stupid, plus retina takes away ability to upgrade hardware, etc. Non-retina is the way to go. So, is it possible for me to buy a MacBook Pro (or MacBook if no MBP possible), made within the last few years (2009, 2008 at the earliest), for under $500 ($600 max)? That would likely be his budget. He does really basic things. He literally just reads email, super-super-light web usage, listens to his music, and plays solitaire. It doesn't have to be a super-spec'd machine, just something fairly reasonable, and is able to run ML without stuttering. Thanks!