I've been using these my whole life.
My first tablet was a small Gpen. I got used to it pretty quickly and since I never had anything to compare it to, I didn't see a problem. About 7 years later it got wacky. The tablet stopped registering multiple levels of pressure, i.e. I had to press really hard for it to work. And since I live in a small shithole nobody here knew how to fix. So I decided to buy another tablet. The closest store had only one drawing tablet left and it was a model in OP's picture. I had to re-adjust myself a bit to it, but it wasn't that much different from Gpen. The only thing I'm still struggling with is that I can't always draw smooth lines in bigger resolutions. It goes well during sketching but as soon as I start making clean lineart no matter how much I unzoom it just "spikes" no matter what. I'm not sure whether I should blame my shaking hand, my lack of skill or a tablet.
A few of my art acquaintances always told that these kind of budget tablets restrict me. These artists always felt they got better at drawing when they switched to better models. I can't argue with that. I don't have any experience with better tablets but many people seem to think this way, then it must be true. Although I prefer to think that a good tablet doesn't make an good artists, I understand that a budget shit I'm using is like drawing with a big crayon compared to a sharp pencil.
I like drawing. This is my hobby and what drives me. But I can't make a stable income out of it. If I could, of course I'd spend it on a better tablet. Sorry for /blog.