Retro Music radio Boombox - which one to choose - Thompson brand or Medion Brand?

Just saw that Aldi and Auspost have these 2 similar products and they look pretty much the same with similar specs and same price but I'm not sure which one to choose - the Aldi one is 'Medion' branded and these features:

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Built-in microphone for recording
Cassette player
AM/FM radio
Playback of MP3 music files from USB stick or SD card
Available in Black or Red
Wireless music transmission from smartphone or tablet
Bluetooth range of approximately 10m, depending on environmental conditions
Stereo speaker with 2 x 20W power output
Telescopic antenna
Battery operation: 4 x 1.5V D size batteries (not included)
3.5mm headphone jack
Tape deck
Semi auto stop system
Soft eject cassette door

Auspost one is branded 'Thomson' and has these specs.

The Thomson Bluetooth Radio with Cassette Player is every retro music listeners dream. Stream all your favourite songs via Bluetooth or take yourself back to the glory days of the cassette, listening to some of your old time favourites. In built with its own record function, record some of your favourite songs and create your own personal mix tape with ease.


Bluetooth capability
USB/SD slot for MP3 playback
Built-in microphone and speaker
Power by AC power cord or battery

Dimensions (L x W x H):
38 X 11.9 X 14.1 cm

1.52 Kg

I want to see if anyone has any idea which one is a better choice? Aldi Medion or Auspost Thomson brand?