The specifications of a GE appliance are the parameters such as its built-in features, as well as its physical dimensions and factors such as power or water usage. For instance, a GE Profile microwave has specifications that list it as weighing about 52 pounds, and using about 120 volts.
Specifications are simply measurements of a proposed structure or object in concrete numbers. These measurements are typically listed on the official websites that home appliances come from on the individual product's page, often found under the Product Details listings. In the case of GE, specifications are listed in full, going as far as to list details such as the cubic feet capacity, the precise electrical energy an appliance needs to run, as well as the dimensions in feet and inches needed to fit it in a kitchen.
Measurements such as voltage, wattage, height, depth, width and electrical frequency are all listed on the product page for a GE microwave. All of the features of the appliances, from programmable functions to aesthetic considerations, are found on the product details listings as detailed charts broken into topic sections. Each appliance also comes with specifications listed in the manual they come with, which is also available for download in PDF form off of GE's official website.