The first plug-in for Windows 10, called Prodigy, is already available for download.
And the company says it’s working on a second plug-ins for Windows and Mac.
But as the company explains in its FAQ, it’s already done so by simply plugging the headphones into the computer and then powering them on.
And the fact that Prodigy is already on the market doesn’t mean that the company is going to add more features to it.
“The Prodigy plug-and-play technology is designed to be used with just one USB-A port and no additional hardware,” the company writes.
“You’ll be able to connect Prodigy to your existing USB-C port and any USB-B ports on your computer.
You’ll also be able access the Prodigy audio output from your PC via your USB-HID or USB-c cable.
It’s designed to provide a plug-n-play experience for Windows, Mac, and Linux users.”
The company’s description says that users can also connect Prodigies to the company’s own servers for data transfer and storage.
The plug-intro video shows a user with Prodigy plugged into the headset using the Windows 10 Home Beta.
The user then starts to play music through the Prodigie, which looks like a normal Windows 10 laptop.
When the user plugs in a USB-M to a computer running the Home Beta, the user starts the Proverb in the background and the video starts playing, but the user’s headphones are plugged in.
The video is then cut to show a user in the foreground plugging in a Prodigy headphone into the Provo, which starts playing the music.
As you might expect, the audio quality isn’t very good, but if you play through the video with a headset plugged into your computer, it doesn’t appear to be a big problem.
Prodigy, the company claims, can be used to make music from within a Windows 10 PC, Mac or Linux machine.
But the company has also released a tutorial for using Prodigy for Windows users, which suggests the same thing.
There’s also a Proverb tutorial for people with Windows 10 Mobile.
The company is currently developing a Prodigy plugin for Windows for developers to use in their apps.
With Prodigy already available, Windows 10 users should be able add Prodigy support to the OS soon, as Microsoft is expected to announce Windows 10’s next OS version, codenamed “Project Spartan.”