Here's my Kenwood Gourmet food cutter.
This was my first conventional "food processing" robot.
I bought it as an inexpensive introduction to food processing - and because I wanted to compare food processors based on a spinning disc with ones based on a rotating drum.
One of my hopes was that the machine would be easy to clean - since it lacked the bowl of most food processors, spits the food directly out onto the plate - and thus had fewer components.
However the machine proved to be a bit of a disappointment. The motor ran too slowly. At 120 watts, it gave the impression of lacking power. The blades were cheap. The disassembly mechanism needed reconsidering.
After using the machine I was left wondering whether the whole idea of a drum-based food processor made much sense.
This machine might be cheap - but it doesn't seem to be very much use. About the best thing I can think of to say about it is that it doesn't take up much space.