X-Force Computers: Our Partner for Hardware
X-Force is the logistics partner for Laminar Research, creators of X-Plane. In addition to handling the logistics involved with online X-Plane sales, we also provide some of the best X-Plane related accessories like joysticks, yokes, pedals, and full systems. All of our hardware has been tested to be fully compatible with X-Plane. In fact, the X-Plane code for the Windows platform is tested and compiled on an X-Force system.
Building PCs since since 1996, we have always specialized in building high-quality, reliable, and high-performance systems. Beginning in 1999, our partnership with Laminar Research, the creator of X-Plane, began. Since this time, Digital Edge, X-Force’s parent company, has been shipping X-Plane out of our location in Columbia, SC for all X-Plane software sold at X-Plane.com. We have also been the sole-source for Windows-based systems for Laminar Research since this partnership began.
Full PCs from X-Force
Custom computers from X-Force provide a solid and high performance base configuration, with the ability to customize many of the internal components for even more performance as your budget allows. Our systems are built with reliability and performance in mind to provide you with the best possible gaming experience for the money. Paying hundreds of dollars more for only marginal performance gains is against our philosophy. You can be sure that our available upgrades to our base systems are providing you with true performance gains for your money.Browse PCs built for X-Plane
Flight Hardware and Other Accessories
Our X-Plane peripherals have been chosen for their high-quality, good performance, and complete compatibility. CH Products are the recommended flight controllers by the creators of X-Plane. X-Force is an authorized reseller and direct supplier for CH Products and Playseat.Browse X-Plane peripherals
Austin Meyer, the author of X-Plane, does all of his development work for X-Plane on Macs, and he recommends them. The latest iMacs and Mac Pros from Apple run X-Plane well, though they will not be able to “max out” X-Plane 10 (there’s not a personal computer on the planet to do that yet!).