I don't blame you, sometimes I wish I looked a little harder for a laptop with some dedicated graphics chip. Well this may be obvious but if you find a graphics chip, even a desktop version (because afaik ATI cards are only in desktop Macs) in a REAL Mac, I would think you can't go wrong with a Hackintosh. I would think.
b419kid, device IDs are more important than a spec sheet... The processor is 100% compatible, and if what I just said about graphics from real Macs holds true, you should be good with the graphics card, although I'd Google around to make sure. The integrated WiFi/Bluetooth probably won't work, the SD card reader... I would say probably won't work as well, it's mostly older SD card readers there are kexts for, but it's custom not mainstream so I dunno, you'd need the device ID for it to know if there's support. OSX likes that RAM setup for sure so that's good, SRS audio is probably Realtek or Intel HD audio with SRS speakers, which usually suck in my experience, but hey it'll work with VoodooHDA as with really any laptop speakers.
USB 3.0 and sleep will probably be the biggest issues, with everything I've read it seems there's poor support, many 2.0 devices won't work with the 3.0 ports, often times people report OSX freezing after plugging something into a 3.0 port, but everything 3.0 should work, and at 3.0 speeds, so for someone with only 1 fully-functional (2.0) port, that's something to keep in mind.
And then of course you may need a new WiFi/Bluetooth card, the AR5B195 is cheap and readily-available on sites like eBay... Also be sure your laptop doesn't have a whitelist, I don't think it will being custom, but it wouldn't hurt to check.
Good luck! And I'm not Captain Hackintosh, so if someone wants to add info, feel free to do so.