I think if you did buy it and install it on that laptop that your user experience would be pretty horrible.
It is right about what is listed for the absolute minimum specifications to even get the thing to run at all. It may not even meet all of them (like screen resolution, for instance).
To be quite honest CS 6 Premium is more of a powerful desktop kinda application than a couple years old laptop kinda application.
If you really want this thing to run smoothly, I just don't think it is going to happen on the K60I.
People that can front the price tag for CS6 aren't usually starving so I will go ahead and ask, which one of these do you prefer:
1) Pay for new hardware, much better user experience
2) Don't pay for new hardware, prepared for bad user experience or it might not even work at all.
If #1, what is the budget going to look like and does it have to be a laptop, IE is mobility important?