I got another CP/M machine from a German company: The Triumph-Adler alphatronic P3.
MAME already supports its little homecomputer brother, the alphatronic PC and its distant cousin, the ITT3030
The P series machines and the ITT3030 were designed by SKS Steinmetz, Krischke Systemtechnik GmbH who sold P2 lookalikes under the "KISS" moniker.
The very suave SKS nano 2500 in its bordeaux red leather case shares some of that DNA as well, more about that later ...SKS Nano 2500
which would make a nice addition to MAME as well
has the specs for the P series: They're all 6MHz 8085 machines.
P1: Integrated Keyboard, 6K PROM, 1K RAM internal, 32K RAM, 1x160KB Floppy SSDD
P2: Integrated Keyboard, 6K PROM, 1K RAM internal, 48K RAM, 2x160KB Floppy SSDD
P2 S: Integrated Keyboard, 6K PROM, 1K RAM internal, 48K RAM, 1x320KB Floppy DSDD
P2 U: Integrated Keyboard, 1K RAM internal, 64K RAM, 2x320KB Floppy DSDD
P3: Modular (external KB/Monitor), 4KB ROM, 64KB RAM, 2x800KB Floppy DSQD
P4: Modular (external KB/Monitor), 4KB ROM, 64KB RAM, 1x800KB Floppy DSQD
1x HD 12,5 MB
Alphatronic P30 and P40 were P3 and P4 which were extended by an 8088 coprocessor card and extra RAM.
They have a serial printer port via the 8085's SID/SOD pins and a universal serial interface via a 8251.http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=485