A little background: I'm mainly a Linux guy. About a year ago my wife and I left the Android world behind for iPhones and iPads. (And an Apple Watch for me.) I've a fairly sophisticated home network (ex-IT guy). For computers: One machine that doubles as our LAN server and my desktop, built from scratch by me, and a fairly vintage Dell desk-side box that dual-boots MS-Win 7 Pro and Linux for my wife. Given the iThings we have already, it's been in my mind I'd eventually make my machine a server only and replace both our desktops with Apple desktops. This question involves replacing my wife's old Dell. Win7 Pro is nearly EOL'd and the latest Linux update to that machine has apparently messed-up the video driver. It's time for it to go. I would simply build her a machine and put Linux on it, but she needs support for her TomTom GPS. I won't have MS-Win 10 on the network, so Apple it is. I want to preserve her WS display (a Dell display with DVI connection), keyboard and (wireless) mouse, if I can, so I'm thinking a Mac Mini would be best? Other than support for updating her TomTom GPS, all she does is banking and stuff like that on it. Perhaps a bit of light photo editing (cropping, sharpening, red-eye reduction, colour balance). Mostly she uses her iPad. So the demand on whatever we get her won't be particularly high. What would y'all recommend I should be looking at? Thanks!