The CP/M Cartridge, or Z-80 Cartridge as referenced in the Programmer's Reference, was manufactured in 1983 and was soon withdrawn, because it was slow, buggy and incompatible with anything else. One reason for incompability was that the 1541 was incapable to read any existing CP/M disk format.
It has a Zilog Z80 CPU running around 3 MHz.
Look at some pictures.
The Commodore CP/M, version 2.2 source code extracted from the system disks.
And, by the way, I got this one from Ruud Baltissen. Thanks, man!
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