Yes, the Eclipseview 114 does indeed appear to be the Lightbridge Mini 114 plus a solar filter.
I reviewed the Lightbridge Mini 114 favorably for Sky & Telescope. The optical tube is similar (maybe identical?) to the tube of the venerable Orion 4.5-inch StarBlast, but the mount is distinctly smaller and lighter. That cuts both ways. On the one hand, the StarBlast mount is just a bit too big to fit on a standard chair, which otherwise makes an excellent support for these scopes. (A backless chair is even better.) On the other hand, the Lightbridge Mini mount vibrates more, and it has a problem on the vertical axis that the tightening bolt tends to self-tighten and/or self-loosen as the scope moves up and down.
All in all, the various 130-mm f/5 tabletop Dobs give you distinctly more power for just a little more money, with surpringly little loss in portability. The AWB OneSky tube, when folded up, is just about the same size as the Mini 114 tube.