The wheelsets the initial question identified are all lower-cost aluminum wheels in the 30mm deep range. Moreover, the wheels originally listed are often OEM spec, and people often look to upgrade these. Thus, you might also want to scope out eBay.
I am not sure what the stock wheels on your bike are, but the aluminum wheels described may not provide a big upgrade. You would get a much bigger bang for your buck upgrading your tires, e.g. to the Continental Grand Prix 5000 or another tire in its class. Bicycle Rolling Resistance tests tires for rolling resistance. Be aware that the very fastest tires on this list are time trial tires, and you definitely don't want to ride those.
Then, consider optimizing your tire pressure. Silca provides a tire pressure calculator. Ideally, you want to input the actual width of the tire. The width as mounted on the bike usually is different from the nominal width, e.g. a tire that says it's a 25mm tire will often be 26mm or above when mounted to a modern rim. You can get a pair of calipers (cheap digital ones are readily available), or you can bend a paper clip, conform the ends to the tire's width, then use a ruler on that. Running too high a pressure results in higher rolling resistance, and many riders even today run too high pressure. Other pressure calculators are available. This, obviously, is free.
Apart from that, latex tubes provide significantly better rolling resistance, and are another extremely cost effective upgrade. However, they do require inflation before every ride, and thus require much more attention to detail than normal (albeit you do need to reinflate your tires every few rides anyway, especially if you are optimizing your pressure with a calculator). TPU tubes are considerably more expensive than latex, but they still have lower rolling resistance than standard tubes, and they don't leak air as fast (I think they're on par with butyl in this regard). Or there's ultralight butyl tubes, but these might puncture more easily.
There are other relatively low-cost marginal gains available that I would suggest over upgrading to another aluminum wheelset. Silca produced one such listing recently.