Try searching the forum for ‘computer for sketchup’.
The spec looks pretty good for the price, and you have as recommended a reasonable and modern nVidia graphics card.
Others on this forum have had problems with Windows 10, mainly also associated with out of date laptop or built in Intel graphics processors and drivers, but desktop computers with only one graphics adapter, and that one from nVidia, don’t seem to have had those problems.
There have been some discussions about getting Windows 10 Home vs Pro, mainly about the impossibility in Home of prevent the reinstallation of updates that kill Sketchup’s (and other programs) performance. You shouldn’t have that problem, and are unlikely to need the other features of Windows Professional - login to a domain, secure encryption of your hard drive, or remote desktop access from elsewhere are the main ones that occur to me, though there are others including Group Policy Editor. If none of those terms mean anything to you, go for Home.
PS (Later Edit)
Depending on your budget, and the cost of the higher spec, you might consider either a faster single thread processor, and/or a higher spec nVidia card - the 1060 series, perhaps?
If you intend later to upgrade, add hard disk(s) or other internal components, you might also want a better case - the price is tempting, but seems (to UK eyes anyway) remarkably cheap.