Do not know this brand. But, it looks like a DIY assemble or partially assemble product.
Since there is no track belt on the bottom to feed the board through, I am guessing that the unit has 3 rollers on the top like some planers have, one on each end and a sandpaper roller in the middle. That kind of design is not the best as it could cause the wood to deflect sand you might get a smooth finish, it may not be accurate enough to make you happy in the final finishing, like I said just a guess
I have a 26" Woodmaster Drum Sander that I bought used about 2007 for $375 (new, they are nearly $3,100). It is a solid machine with a 5 HP Leeson motor and a separate variable speed reversible motor for the belt. It uses 6" wide Hook and Loop sandpaper (available from Klingspor's Woodworking Shop) wound helically around the drum and I always have had good results with mine. Woodmaster no longer makes a 12" sander, but they do have a 12" Planer/molder that can have a drum added for sanding. Here is the link to their website Drum Sanders.
I have the 38" single drum Woodmaster sander, could not be happier for the money. Would really like the oscillating belt sander but that is a LOT more money. If I did not already have a sander I would jump on that one in an instant.