At this point in time it's safer to assume that large quantities will never be an option on any Pi-Zero product.scottsri58 wrote:Thanks
Is the 1 limit just a temp thing? Will quantities be available? ...
Despite all the speculation and nonsense above, the FACT is that the original Pi-Zero limits were suppose to be temporary and have yet to be repealed, even after nearly a year and a half and millions sold. The Pi0W is being made by the same people making the non-WiFi Pi-Zero (RPT/Sony), and they can't even keep up with the demand for the old Pi-Zero. Adding yet another model to the production line is not going to improve the situation.
Bottom line, if you need the Pi-Zero in quantity, you are SOL.
The mandate of the Raspberry Pi Foundation is to support education, not to supply cheap computers for others to profit off of. Like it or not, the Pi-Zero is just not an option for any commercial product, unless you are making them in small quantities, and in that case you'll need to factor in the one-at-a-time order/shipping cost of your Pi-Zero parts.