Microcontroller with RS-232, RS-422, RS-485

Can somebody tell me which model have RS-232, RS-422 or RS-458?

Thank you!

I don't think any do. (RS-458, I think you meant RS-485?)
I have put RS232 and RS-485 on a couple of my designs that I offer.
RS-232 examples



See also
http://www.nkcelectronics.com/rs232-to-ttl-converter-board-33v232335.html
http://www.nkcelectronics.com/RS232-to-TTL-converter-board-DTE-with-Male-DB9-33V-to-5V_p_369.html

RS-232, RS-422 or RS-458 are "physical layer" specifications about the voltages used to serially transmit data over some number of wires. Typically, NO microcontroller supports ANY of them - a microcontroller supports the next level up ("link layer", like "asynchronous serial uart"), and needs some sort of external "driver" chip to support the physical layer. (something like a max232 for rs232 or SN75174N for rs458.

Also note that these protocols have many variations and options. rs232, for example, supports both synchronous and asynchronous communications, unidirectional, half and full duplex bi-directional, with somewhere between two and 25 wires on a connector.