Haven't seen that one before, but the problem is the same with all these cheap universal programmers - the software support (now and future). It can be a lucky-dip as to what will work and what won't, and the makers seem to drop support for these cheap universal prorgammers pretty quickly too. Programing EPROMs and the like are usually not a problem as they are fairly generic and tolerant of the algorithm used. However, I wouldn't trust such a device to program the myriad of PIC or Atmel micro's available for example.
What do you need it for?