I have a previous model Ozito random orbital sander purchased for about $40. It is going strong after 10 years. It got much better once I replaced the hook pad with a Norton brand one. Which technically makes it a $52 sander.
I've found that the Ozito hook pad was more robust than oem Bosch & the Norton replacement. Using fairly coarse paper (60) the Ozito kept going until the bearing in the pad clogged up with dust.The Norton pad tended to break hooks off, then the disc would fly off as soon as you tried sanding a vertical surface. The model before the one shown was better at dust extraction as the exhaust was at the edge of the fan rather than in the middle. Ozito are now owned by German budget brand Einhell so you can't rely on past reputation (of lacķ of).