The BeyonDriver is composed of the following parts:
Mapping Slot (マッピングスロット,Mappingu Surotto) - A slot that is used to insert Miridewatches.
Crank-in Handle (クランクインハンドル,Kuranku In Handoru) - The handle used to push the Miridewatch into the BeyonDriver's side. When pushed, the Miridewatch begins to transmit data into the BeyonDriver.
Prime Frame Circuit (プライムフレームサーキット,Puraimu Furēmu Sākitto) - The BeyonDriver's green frame that surrounds the window. It is made up of the same durable material that covers the rest of the BeyonDriver, and the BeyonDriver's shape allows the material to wrap around vital internal mechanisms, shielding them from intense combat.
Beyond Future Riser (ビヨンドフューチャーライザー,Biyondo Fuyūchā Raizā) - The blue strip located within the three green 'buttons' to the right. It is a theoretical realisation device that materialises Kamen Rider Woz's suit and armor by using data within the inserted Miridewatch.
Miride Scope (ミライドスコープ,Miraido Sukōpu) - The window in the middle. It's structure is specially designed to enable high-speed optical communication with a Miridewatch It contains a data projection mechanism that projects Kamen Rider Woz's equipment into the air before it is realised. To cope with the large amounts of data being released by the inserted Miridewatch, the Miride Scope projects the suit/weapon in the air as various parts before compiling them together.
Winding Belt (ワインディングベルト,Waindingu Beruto) - The strap. It scans the wearer's physique and clothes in order to adjust itself to ensure a tight, yet comfortable, grip.
Time Explosion (タイムエクスプロージョン,Taimu Ekusupurōjon):
Ninja Art: Time-Binding Technique (忍法・時間縛りの術,Ninpō: Jikan Shibari no Jutsu):
The toy version's activation with Miridewatches is similar, but also an inversion, of the use of the Gamer Driver, with the reflection of the device displayed on a panel in the center of the Driver, but requires a lever to be closed, instead of opened to show it.
In addition, one can activate a Ridewatch's Armor Time noise in the DX version by pumping the lever thrice.
Much like the aforementioned Riders, the systems of said Riders play a role (an inverse one) in the mechanics of the BeyonDriver when compared to its predecessor:
Necrom's Mega Ulorder used the transformation trinket without having to press any buttons on it when docked, while the Miridewatch requires a button to be pressed while docked in the Driver.
The Buggle Driver II was technically compatible with any Rider Gashats, but the BeyonDriver cannot use standard Ridewatches outside of finishers.