any modern era Laptop such as a Dell in the $300 to $400 range will fit the bill. They all have a modern era processor, beefy hard drive and probably 8,10 or 12 gig of ram. WIN 10 is not an issue as long as you "contain" updates and other things such as programs that start when the Laptop boots. You will have to clean it up for your DAW before you put it to work. The stuff running in the background is the issue, not the DAW. Also as mentioned, try not to use this Laptop for daily purposes if you don't have to. Separate the two worlds. I run TWO Pro Tools systems no issue with either. PT 8 on an XP with 4 gig ram, max allowed (actual 3.5) and Pro Tools 12 on Win 7 with 10 gig of ram. Both dedicated. Both PCs built specifically for the DAW. Never, I repeat, never, have I had any operational issues. Not even a single crash in a decade. The XP system with 4 gig will have processing resource limits if you run a program such as Amplitube which is a memory hog with too many active occurrences. Setup the laptop for it's primary purpose and all will be well. Just keep them dang Auto Updates off if you need to connect to the NET to grab a driver. Keep the NET disabled until you need it. Remove all programs that you don't need and self start at boot up. Also consider an ext drive for sessions, keep your programs on the internal drive. This is pretty typical and common these days.