The XMG P502 features a full complement of connections which should cater for the requirements of most users. On the left hand side of the machine we find a mini-Firewire port, an RJ-45 ethernet port, two USB3.0 ports, a USB / eSATA port and a multimedia card reader.
Moving round to the rear of the machine we find a Displayport connector, an HDMI jack and a DVI-D connector alongside the power socket.
On the right hand side of the machine there is a USB2.0 port, four 3.5mm audio connectors and a Kensington lock slot. We also find the optical drive on the right hand side of the system.
There are various options available including a standard DVD Writer and a Blu-Ray Writer. Our test system was supplied with a standard Blu-Ray drive with DVD-RW functionality.
XMG have chosen to use a Killer Wireless-N 1102 Wireless Card in the P502 which is one of the best wireless cards available on the market for laptops. This card doesn’t feature Bluetooth but there are other cards available with Bluetooth if required.