I see some pros/cons with this tool
suitable air pressure range for airbrushing
comes with a water trap
Maximum pressure is too low if you also want it for other air tools like a nail gun or braider.
The air tank is very small at three litres.
I have a 2.5HP/24 litre. This will run most air tools very well. I have used it extensively with a variety of tools like nail guns, staplers as well as my airbrush. That said, it is not suitable for a paint spray gun. Mainly because the air tank is too small. That said, when I am air brushing, the pressure is very low (about 20-30psi) and I can do a lot of painting before the compressor needs to pump/cycle the air tank. Consequently, I don't find noise to be a big issue.
The compressor in the link above would be quite adequate for air brushing though I suspect it may cycle frequently due to the small tank.
So in summary, if all you want to do is airbrush, then it would be fine, but it would be limited if you also wanted to use some air tools.
SA, if you take note of the whole of my post you will notice my comment regarding large one in garden shed. I have a large compressor which I have used now for several years, has two outlets & one is set for air brushing & the other for full pressure. In the past there has been several threads on RP regarding compressors for air brushing, & I have been very much a supporter of the larger types like I have, & I still am as they offer a fair bit of flexibility & certainly much of a jack of all trades & useful for a wide range of work & they do have the ability supply a very good & reliable supply of air. Thus they have their part & worthy to be considered for the hobbyist.
The reason I purchased the small compressor was quite simple, & that was the large one was relatively inconvenient to use, it resides in a shed & pretty heavy & bulky if I want to move it to a location for work, I can handle that for the wider chores, but as I am also on a waiting list for back surgery not a good move to be trying to move it around. Aside from that, I had been thinking of something smaller & more convenient to use in the train room, something that is cheap to run as against the large compressor, & more especially light & easy to move around & handy for easy quick use.
While the air tank is small, there are a lot of compressors out there, especially those sold by the model paint & air brush manufacturers that do not have an air tank at all, & they also can be found on Ebay & at the same shop as provided in the link, thus having one even with only a 3 litre tank is quite adequate for the air brushing work
I do not do a lot of air brushing & when I do its more often than not for small jobs & the smaller compressor actually makes air brushing a bit more of a pleasure than the noise, long extension cord & air hose connections that can mean extra prospects of water or moisture getting into the brush. So, as this is purely for hobby work rather than for large air tools it fits the bill very nicely thanks.