The microscope that you mentioned is an off-brand budget microscope, which, in and of itself, is not a show stopper. However, off-brands have limited support and accessories.
I am a bit spoiled when it comes to microscopes. My last microscope was a research quality microscope that I lucked into via a family connection. I kick myself for parting with it when I left the hobby for a few years. Luckily, I kept my Bright-Line hemacytometer. Those things go for the better part of the price of the scope that you purchased. The difference between a $200.00 Bright-Line hemacytometer and a $20.00 Chinese hemacytometer is like the difference between night and day.
I support the argument that well-maintained used top-tier microscopes (American Optical, Bausch & Lomb, Leitz, Leica, Meiji, Nikon, Olympus, and Zeiss) and second-tier microscopes such as Bristoline (Accu-Scope) and Swift are better long-term investments than new Chinese off-brands like Omax and AmScope. Used microscopes that go for $300.00 today originally sold for the equivalent of four figures when adjusted for inflation. The problem is finding one that has been well-maintained optically and mechanically.