W. H. Heydt wrote: ↑
Wed Sep 25, 2019 5:28 am
To be fair to the OP, upgrading the Pi0/Pi0W is what quite a few people would like to see. The roadblocks to doing so have been explained.
The arbitrary price goal of $10 for a Zero W is an obsession that most buyers don't share.
When someone orders a Pi they are also buying accessories with it, such as dongles and a power supply, even a case and perhaps a camera module.
It seems strange to obsess over achieving the $10 price when consumer is spending $40 plus shipping, when adding another $5 to fix board issues remove headaches would be appreciated.
People buy the Pi Zero (W) not because it is cheap but because it is small and low-power.