Here I prepared to write a reivew for two similar product of Verbatim V3. Actually V3 has two models: Normal and MAX (inc. Limited Edition, it must be same with MAX).
I have V3 64GB and V3 MAX 128GB, and these are enogh to use in life for copying big files to carrying anywhere.
Here I have benchmarked in Intel Core i5-4460(3.2GHz) / 16GB RAM / 512GB SS / On-obard built in Intel USB 3.0 controller.
Verbatim V3 64GB @USB2.0 port
Verbatim V3 64GB @ USB3.0 port
Verbatim V3 MAX 128GB @ USB 2.0 port
Verbatim V3 MAX 128GB @ USB 3.0 port
You can judge which one is better in price. Normal V3 must be used TLC and Verbatim improved performance wish SSD controller. So V3 MAX also much improved amazing performance by using MLC dual channels. Choice is depends on buyer, And If I need think about poor my wallet, choice will be former even losing really nice performance in price. On the other hand, I have enogh to buy paying USD60 to 70. Choice may latter.
I bought this stuff in monthes ago, and it was latest version of marked 100MB/sec on sealed package. Well built plastic body and simpley sliding mechanism is comfort. Specially metal connector will guarantee its life and prevent damage from frequent attachment.
As like other user's review, I also have a benchmark with Crystal Disk Mark 64bit on Windows8.1 on Intel i5-4460 and it supports USB3.0 in motherboard (seems to Intel controller)
Sequencially write speed better than my TOURO(Hitachi) 1TB USB3.0 external HDD, 39.55MB/sec is really nice and reading speed is much better.
Even speed in USB2.0 port, much nice in reading and writing speed than normal USB drives. I can't believe it used TLC NAND flash components, but I can know it performance really improved than previous Sandisk products.