Mormation? "If mormation"? Oh, you mean "information"!
There are some specs here. It doesn't say how much memory there is in it. Make sure you get at least 2 GB, but 4 GB would be better. (IDEs eat a lot of memory). The processor (a 2.4 GHz Core i3) is good enough for most development tasks.
One thing I don't like about it is the screen, which has only 1366 x 768 resolution. I'd consider that a too low resolution to comfortably use an IDE on. The specs also do not say anything about harddisk space.
Wait, here is a red flag: "Operating system: FreeDOS" - What is that?! You don't even get a normal operating system with it?
Joe Harry wrote:Free DOS is good. You save some money in lieu of paying for a Windows OS.
But's a free implementation of MS-DOS, an operating system from the previous century which is absolutely not useful for anything serious nowadays. You'll want to install some useful OS on it before you can really use the computer for anything.
I agree with Pat, Ubuntu would probably be the best free choice of OS, which supports everything you need for Java development. (In fact, I use it myself for development in Java and Scala).