NBK, I've got the Beswood slicer that you linked to, and I love it. I use it to slice bacon, jerky, canadian bacon, various meats I cook up for lunch meat, etc. It is quite powerful, operates super smoothly, and I haven't found anything that it has any issues with thus far. My only complaint is that it can be a bit tedious to clean thoroughly, but near as I can tell, that's true of any of the "deli style" units. I try to just queue up a fair bit of stuff so that I balance out my quantity of meat sliced with the cleaning effort.
I got lucky and found mine on Craigslist for $100, only used 3 times. Couldn't pass that one up!I am reading that most of the slicers are cumbersome to wash. I had a commercial unit years ago that wasn't too bad but I sold it (kicking myself now).
The Beswood has great reviews. The KWS has a bit more horsepower and a nonstick blade made in Italy. Still on the fence.