Certainly don't get the first one. I'll give you a very fast way to tell if a PSU should even be considered. See the little red voltage switch on the back of the HEC PSU? That's a BAD thing. That means the PSU doesn't have active PFC and is better used as a door stop. A quality PSU will have active PFC, be at least 80+ certified, and put out most of its power on the 12v rail where it's needed by modern systems. The second unit is slightly better, but still risky IMO.
The PSU I recommended is only $10 over your stated budget. It's actually cheaper before MIR that the Sunbeam unit you posted because it has free shipping which makes it $69.99 shipped when you use the promo code. You should try to stick to the known quality PSU manufacturers like Antec, Corsair, PC Power & Cooling, Enermax, & Seasonic. It's worth it, trust me.