A tenner more gets you an ASUS with the N4xxx series CPU (i.e. Win11 supported) albeit with a slightly smaller screen - also available from Argos (I posted this a few days ago). Still no powerhouse but at least a reputable name.
Don't .....just don't.
The CPU is a bit old but it's not that far of the 4000 series.. For what this needs to be used for it will be fine however, geobooks are generally terrible build wise, the hinge will be a major failure point. Even keeping the thing open half the time won't prevent the hinge from failing within a year or so. I actually think though this is poor value even putting that aside. The screen looks like it may be a TN panel, and low res..the only redeeming factor is 64GB storage which will solve the windows problem but you can a similar refurbished one from XSonly for £67.99 delivered. Maybe okay considering its new but still it's a geobook...
It’s cheap but the combo of eMMC (effectively runs off an SD card) and the basic dual core Celeron, means this will grind to a halt when any sort of updates are needed. Expect it to be unusable for the first couple of days and the same whenever Windows is updating anything. I have a quad core Celeron TV box with an SSD and 8gb ram (only cost £150) and it’s ‘fine’ for basic use, which suggests to me that this won’t be.