I've seen these USB turntables and they look tacky and are probably a poor quality belt-drive design. The one I saw relied on software you can already download for free (Audacity).
I do a bit of ripping from vinyl and found no problem running a signal from a quality conventional turntable (a 30 year old Thorens 125 belt drive) to a hifi amp and then running a lead from the amp's tape output socket to a computer.
Latterly, I found a Technics SL1200 direct drive disco turntable which starts fast and stops almost dead on command making cueing up tracks simpler than with belt drive. Linked that to either a computer or standalone CD-Recorder. The CD recorder makes better recordings but uses special "Audio" CD-R which are expensive and hard to find.
So skip the USB turntable and dig out an old hifi turntable.