Title pretty much says it all. My wife wants a personal PC laptop. She says with years of using PCs at work and her frustration with OS X (read: reluctance to learn/know 2 OSes), she would like it if I just got her a PC laptop of her own. We have an iMac and I have a 13" MacBook Air (2012) as well, and while I have thought of putting Windows on the Air for her and giving it to her, so she will only ever boot into it, my guess is that idea would be met with resistance. I know you can get all the drivers, etc. to work, but the last thing I need is to take that approach and have something not work. I'll never hear the end of it. As a Mac guy from forever, I wouldn't really even know how to whittle down the choices in the PC marketplace and would really welcome some direction/suggestions. Can I expect a 13" or 14" PC laptop to have a full size keyboard. She uses a 15.6" Dell for work, so the keyboard can't be smaller. I hate to say I'm looking for an ultrabook for low weight because I would just prefer the best all around feature set depending on price. Certainly nothing with a touchscreen. Important Criteria: Windows 7 (she'll hate 8) Price preferably under $800 but that isn't firm. Full sized keyboard 13", 14" or 15" screen 4GB RAM or more WiFi and Bluetooth of course Preferably fairly light. Also would like a SSD vs a HDD but that isn't a dealbreaker. Optical drive is a non-issue. Webcam is also a non-issue. Any suggestions, brands, etc. would be great. Thank you.