This board also has a self-adhesive on the back. The boards also have interlocking parts, so you can hook as many together as you’d like.
This is an inexpensive 3-foot-long HDMI to Mini HDMI cable that you can use to hook up your Raspberry Pi Zero W to a suitable monitor or TV. Heck, you can hook up anything you want with it! Mini HDMI is not that common of a medium right now, but in the interest of saving space it can come in handy!
This 2x20 male header has the same number and spacing of pins as a Raspberry Pi but is best served when used in conjunction with the Pi Zero since they come with a space of unpopulated headers. This through-hole header has 40 0.1"-spaced pins and can just be snapped into place with minimal soldering!
This is an inexpensive HDMI cable that you can use to hook up your Raspberry Pi to a suitable monitor or TV. Heck, you can hook up anything you want with it, HDMI is becoming more and more common as a digital audio/video standard.
This board also has 4 binding posts, a black aluminum plate backing, and 4 rubber standoffs to keep your breadboard suspended safely on your workstation.