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Crazy realistic Steve Jobs action figure lets you stage your own Stevenotes


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Less Silicon Valley, more Uncanny Valley.
Photo: DAM Toys

What better gift for the Apple geek in your life (or, heck, yourself) than a ridiculously realistic Steve Jobs action figure?

The 1/6 scale replica of the iconic Apple co-founder and CEO is coming soon from DAM Toys. In addition to boasting some highly detailed head sculpting, it sports Jobs’ iconic mock turtleneck, glasses, jeans, and a slew of other nifty accessories to create your own tiny One Infinite Loop tableaux in the comfort of your own home.

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Jobs with accessories.
Photo: DAM Toys

Other accessories include interchangeable hands (or they could be the severed hands of folks who got on Jobs’ bad side), leather-style lounge chair, round table, apple, 3.5-inch desk pieces, Macintosh, keyboard, mouse, and laptop.

There’s no exact release date or pricing available yet, but keep an eye on the company’s website for details. While there will be those of you who probably can’t understand why anyone would ever want an action figure version of a tech CEO, if you have any kind of collection of Apple computers, this could be the perfect centerpiece.

You can stage your own keynote events if you wish.
Photo: DAM Toys

Not the first Jobs action figure

This isn’t the first time we’ve reported on Steve Jobs’ action figures. Back when Jobs was still alive and running Apple, the company fended off Hong Kong-based M.I.C. Gadget, which planned to make a figure of Jobs in the guise of star-throwing ninja — based on a rumour about him being stopped at airport security, trying to smuggle ninja stars.

Do you have any interest in a Steve Jobs action figure? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

Via: Nerdist



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