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Quick Overview

A SimplyWorks receiver for use with micro-USB compatible devices like Android tablets.
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Details

Building on the success of the SimplyWorks® range of wireless devices, the Receive Micro wireless receiver allows the same level of access to Android tablets.

Receive Micro, fitted with a micro-USN plug, connects directly to the charging port of many Android operated tablets such as Nexus, Xoom 2, and Sony S.

Samsung Galaxy Tablets

Samsung Galaxy tablets do not have micro-USB ports but may still be accessed using the standard SimplyWorks Receive and a Samsung adaptor cable (ask us about sorucing this for you).

SimplyWorks

Receive Micro is a simple plug & play device requiring no software or drivers, and allowing up to six SimplyWorks transmitters to be paired.

All SimplyWorks® transmitters are fully functional on Android devices including switches, trackballs, joysticks or keyboards. Once Receive Micro or Receive have been plugged in and paired with either a SimplyWorks trackball or joystick, a cursor appears on the screen.

Features

  • 10 metre (32') operating range
  • Directly connects to most tablets
  • Can be paired with up to six SimplyWorks transmitters
  • Supports the entire SimplyWorks range of products

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Additional Information

SKU PT-SW-RM
Additional Features up to 6 transmitters can be connected
Compatibility tablets with micro USB (exception - Samsung)
Size N/A
Connection Micro USB
Battery Type N/A
Included Accessories nil
Manual or Instructions (PDF) N/A
Video N/A
GST Classification GST Free

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