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SimplyWorks Receive

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The SimplyWorks® Receive is a USB receiver for attachment to PC or Mac. It forms the hub of the SimplyWorks system for computer access.
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The SimplyWorks® Receive is a USB receiver and interface which forms the hub of the SimplyWorks system.

When used for computer access and will support up to six SimplyWorks transmitters of any kind.

SimplyWorks Receive supports the following SimpyWorks products:

  • Trackball
  • Joystick
  • Switch 125
  • Switch 75
  • SEND
  • Keyboard

All keyboard and switch functions are available all via a single USB connection to the host computer and without dedicated driver software.

SimplyWorksReceive also includes CAPs and DRAG lock LEDs for easy identification when multiple users are using mouse and keyboard functions.

SimplyWorksallows you the freedom to create wireless, single or multi-user learning environments, reducing set up time and allowing you to concentrate on the learning tasks themselves.


  • State of the art multi-channel wireless receiver with a range in excess of 10m, making it ideal for classroom environments.
  • Supports up to six transmitters simultaneously.
  • No restriction on the mix of transmitters.
  • Caps Lock and Drag Lock LEDs.
  • USB Connectivity.
  • No additional drivers required.
  • PC and Mac compatibility.
  • Compact design.

Additional Information

Additional Features Can suppprt up to 6 SimplyWorks transmitters
Compatibility PC, MAC
Size N/A
Connection 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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