No the one you linked to is a Magic Chef, which is made by and also sold under the name Vissani. I have one. I use it for my fermentation chamber. There are a couple of issues with it.
1. it is smaller than the Danby, but not by much. You will not be able to fit three cornys in it, but two will.
2. It has a metric faucet. You will not be able to swap or replace the faucet with one that you buy at the LHBS. I replaced the whole tower on mine for that reason.
3. I have found that it does not cool as well as the Danby. I had an analog Johnson temperature contoller on it and it would only get down to 40*, which is OK for serving ales or fermenting beer. I have not tried to see if the ATC controller I have on it now will get it any lower. I think I'll go try since I have nothing in it at the moment.
4. On the good side, it is MUCH easier to connect a controller to it than the Danby. Which IMO is necessary unless you spend a lot more money on a kegerator. All the entry level ones are really bad on temperature accuracy and massive swings.
If I were you, I'd watch Craigslist and pick one up second hand, then they are worth the extra work and investing in things to make them work well.