It'll probably be a while before I can contemplate doing this. We were not expecting a new PC yesterday and we've got a bunch of other stuff at the moment we are working our way through. But I will see if I can get the specs for you so there is at least that.if you give me the specs of the machine (I need detail too) I can give you a rough estemate on how well you (if at all) can hackintosh it. I have hackintoshed many computers from Northwood Pentium 4s to i7 3770K OCed workstations with 3 monitors so i tend to be good at this stuff
I did one with an E4310. It didn't have working graphics due to some obscure integrated setup. But the trackpad worked! I could feasibly put El Cap on it, but without proper video acceleration, its pretty slow. Its best to look out for a laptop with Nvidia chipsets or known working integrated graphics. My father's XPS 13 had HD3000 if I remember right, same as my real MacBook Pro, so his was natively supported. Depending on what Erik has, it could be easy or hard to hack.I've tried on both my Latitudes and there was always something that was not functional. Desktops are generally click and drool easy but not with the lappys. I probably didn't spend enough time futzing with it I guess my GAS meter wasn't over far enough.