Concurrent use of electrophysiological signals of various types, such as obtained from electroencephalogram (EEG), electromyogram (EMG), electrooculogram (EOG), and others, increases the effectiveness of systems for external device control, namely, neural prostheses, exoskeletons, robotic wheelchairs and teleoperated robots. This article presents the results of the first tests of a multifunctional neurodevice capable of detecting EEG, EMG and EOG signals simultaneously (with EOG signals, photoplethysmogram, Sp02 and temperature modules of the neurodevice were used). Measurement results were then compared to the data obtained from KARDi3 device (Medical Computer Systems, Russia) and Fluke 17b multimeter with a plug-in thermistor (Fluke Corporation, USA). The informative value and accuracy of both datasets were comparable. We also studied the effectiveness of EEG and EMG signal hybridization on the basis of the neurodevice of interest; it allowed for an increase of classification accuracy in all subjects by an average of 12.5 % up to the mean of 86.8 % (from 75 to 97 %).