This USB micro device plugs straight into the charging/sync port of your tablet, allowing the full suite of alternative access SimplyWorks wireless devices (available separately) to be used with the Android tablet SimplyWorks switches, trackballs, joysticks and even keyboards may be used. A cursor automatically appears when using the joystick or trackball, allowing you to use your tablet just like you would a PC or Mac. Receive Micro and Receive are simple plug & play devices requiring no software or drivers, and allowing alternative access to your tablet. Up to six SimplyWorks transmitters can be paired with one Receive. 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.
Hook+ is an Apple MFi approved switch interface that provides a reliable wired connection to the iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch via the Lightning connector Hook+ utilizes the Apple auto switch configurator and the first time Hook+ is used with an iDevice it will automatically configure the iDevice to use single switch auto scanning or dual switch step scanning based on how many switches are connected to Hook+.
This plug-and-play switch interface brings ease of use to Windows and Macintosh users With no software setup, Hitch is immediately ready to deliver five sets of functions to as many as five switches at a time. Rows of functions are chosen with a single push of a button.
Convenience for switch users The PowerLink 4 allows switch users to control up to 2 electrical appliances with single switches. Features 6 unique modes of control that allows you to define exactly how, and for how long, appliances will be turned on.
Industry’s Easiest-to-Use Interface It requires no software and can be used with Windows, Mac, and Chromebooks! Five ports allow you to plug in multiple switches and provide the flexibility of emulating everything from a single-click to a return. Consequently, your students gain access to the widest variety of switch-accessible software available. You’ll be surprised with what your students can do—run a PowerPoint presentation, play and pause a music player, and turn pages in an eBook.