From the "airplane", this is relatively low effective mass arm - approx 7-8 g. I am glad they did not try to go lower by incorporating too light and flimpsy headshell - this one does look sound.
There is no mention of possibility to adjust the height of the arm or in other words, the VTA. That may limit the quality of the cartridge that can be ultimately used. Positioning the motor to the most extreme position away from the cartridge means that even Grado will have a chance of relative hum free performance. Or LOMC cartridges - if the arm is really as light as above guesstimate, a Denon DL 304 might work well here; it has too high compliance and mass for most modern arms to be really compatible.
Some form of suspension/vibration control will be needed - the whole table looks to be light and it is very difficult to construct "feet" that isolate well enough with so light (15 lbs) a load.
Still - $150 ( + shipping ) for a viable record player that should not display any gross vices is ridiculously good. But remember - a really decent stylus that can ( and should ) be retrofitted to the supplied Ortofon Omega cartridge can run you as much or more ( Ortofon Stylus 20, 30, 40 ).