Regardless of the price, either boat mentioned may or may not be for you. Buying on price alone can sometimes end up very costly.
To get any accurate answers to your question, you need to give a few details about yourself. The most important answers would be your weight and height. Kayaks are like shoes, no one size fits all. You need to look at the kayaks payload capacity and the cockpit size. Regardless of brand, any kayak that is near its rated capacity will become less and less stable and will become sluggish when paddling.
Also, be sure to demo the boat before you make the actual purchase. What looks great on land just may not be a good fit for you on the water.
I would recommend that you visit several your local dealers who primarily specialize in kayaks. They can give you sound advice on what best fits your specific see and usage. Getting a good matchup up front will maximize your enjoyment of the sport.