If you'd like to get into details, try these fairly confusing manuals in funny English: operator's manual, service manual.
The machine requires full version of Kontakt 4.2 or possibly newer and considerable amount of CPU, also it relies on transport synchronization with host. It might happen, it won't initialize properly in certain hosts, at least until you start playback. In short, it may or may not work for you, you will need to find it out experimentally.
I created several different setups, which are using different sample sets and different groove generation settings.
Minimal Noise Set is made, as the name suggests, of different noise fragments. This is 10MB download and is free to get and use to make noise, privately or commercially.
Junk Percussion Set is using junk percussion samples that I recorded some time ago. It's also free to get. The download doesn't include the samples, which you need to get by separate download here. Unpack samples to 'samples' directory.
Third download is set of example configurations which are using Kontakt factory samples. Obviously this download also doesn't include samples, you will need to let Kontakt find the samples in factory library. This will work in Kontakt 4, I'm not sure how about Kontakt 5. XT set is special configuration which has 12 layers instead of 8. Extra layers are not quite editable, as the GUI is designed for 8 layers, but they are there and machine will fill them with grooves.
If you like the idea and the machine works for you, you may want to get 'Signature edition', which is available as Bandcamp album bonus, for what you think it's worth. This version, besides special sample set, will let you access configuration menu's (fine-tune engine, midi learn for keyboard automation, groove generator setup). Have fun.