I work with robotics and computer vision and needed a notebook with a discrete GPU with CUDA support, OpenCV, Caffe. I ended up with what a notebook that is sold as a gaming notebook. I have a Lenovo Y50 and other than Lenovo's recent crapware faux pas have been very pleased with it but there are many good options in this class. A 1TB HD lets me dual boot Windows and Linux and have lots of room for storing datasets and volumes of training images.
If it's just for general computing then many options, many good options.
And as QuietLagoon said, look at what her colleagues are using.
If you want to insult them, suggest that their mother must be very disappointed with them and hold the phone a bit farther away.
I've used that. "Does your mother know you are a liar and a thief?"
No profanity yet, just instant hang up. Although once I did get ignored so I said in a muted voice, "Jeff is that phone trace complete yet?" That did the trick.
Unless you can be sure that an artificial limb is safe for the workplace it's not going to have much value outside of novelty.
Really? Ask the guy who can now pickup or hold something, where he couldn't before, if that is a novelty.
A language that doesn't have everything is actually easier to program in than some that do. -- Dennis M. Ritchie