Have a look at Axminsters website they have a series called Hobby series that are intended for low frequency usage probably like yours. You need something that has at least a leg stand as that one you linked to didn't come with one although it is Available as an option. You need a stable floor standing table saw rather than just putting that type of jobsite saw onto a bench. Alternative websites are Record Power although their cheapest one is closer to £1000 but is fantastic (I have a RP saw and can highly recommend them.) Look for a 10" 250mm table saw with a cast iron top. Forget about aluminium tops as they don't have enough mass to absorb any vibrations. You need to have something at least 2100 watts at 230 volts. The more power the better as it makes ripping through oak for instance far easier. Ditch the blade that comes with the saw and buy a decent general purpose 40 tooth TCT blade from Axminster - anything from the Axcaliber range is good. BTW you can't cut dados (known as housing cuts in the UK) using European table saws. Dado stacks (the wider double blades with chippers) were outlawed in Europe many many years ago due to safety concerns. They are still used in USA Canada and a few other countries. Saws destined for the EU market don't have long enough arbor shafts to accomodate them. Surprisingly you can buy the blades though! So to cut dadoes and rabbets (housings and rebates) it's best to use a router.