Here is a post from Sickr with some Wii U specs, mind you nothing really in depth more less general specs.
original post by sickr.
Welcome back, Today I have a few game codes that i will be giving away as a contest. now mind you they are not full retail keys they are starter edition keys. these keys will allow you to add the starter edition of Diablo3 to your Battle.net account and pretty much go through act 1 of the game.
Here are a few key points about the game.
A small disappointment is its required for you to have an internet connection to play single and muli-player.
Ok now for the contest rules.
This will be based on complete information of a certain subject one must tell me:
what was the name of the first U.S. made Computer, Its basic machine operating cycles, its speed, and what was it initially used for.
Good luck and have fun.
P.s. The next contest will start after this one completes only one key per contest.
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