I would give a talk about buying a telescope at my local astro club, if you look at the slides here there is a list of some things to avoid, including Bird-Jones ;)
Thanks to @ecuador & @joshm for the heads up on the Bird Jones stuff, new pitfall to watch out for there then. Can't blame me for posting though as at first sight seems a good deal. On Bird Jones found the following thread echoing what's been said and if you read down the posts some really useful info here: https://stargazerslounge.com/topic/183319-jones-bird-how-to-avoid-it/ Still wanting a go to one, got some Binos, had a pair of the massive ones 70mm previously and the Celestron Travel scope which was alright for the money as a starter. Binoculars are bang on for wide field views but they do get heavy. Cheers!
This is a bad telescope. The main reason is what the poster above said, that it is a "Bird Jones" design, which comes with several caveats. Normally these designs are for £50-£100 "toy" telescopes. Here, Celestron decided to try and make the cheapest possible computerised scope, sacrificing a lot in the process. It is telling that the reputable telescope dealers who sell Celestron won't touch this model. The simplest way to put it is that you are basically paying £200 for a computer system on top of a £60 telescope. Either pay a little more to get a decent computerised telescope, or get a decent non-computerised telescope (the aforementioned Heritage 130P is a great choice).
Skywatcher Heritage is better despite the lack of GoTo - in my opinion (they are releasing a 150 variant if 130 is too small for you). I’ve owned a Celestron GoTo for a while and it can be good once aligned but getting it aligned can be a real chore. Even worse, the optics on this are pretty dire. It’s a Bird Jones configuration using a spherical mirror and a lens to correct the aberrations. As opposed to a “proper” newt reflector that uses a parabolic mirror. I recommend people avoid this.
Having the computer find and track stuff for you will be a big plus I imagine. I have one of the skywatcher scopes and it is awesome, but the rigmarole involved in finding anything smaller than the moon limits my use of it somewhat.