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There is Now a Steve Jobs Figure from DAM Toys

From the late ’70s on, Steve Jobs was instrumental in changing the way that people interacted with technology. Though no longer with us, Jobs’ legacy and his legend lives on through his work. Now, that legend has brought to life a new tribute of the mogul: his very own deluxe figure!

Via Bleeding Cool, DAM Toys is planning to release a 1/6-scale high end figure of Steve Jobs, and as you can see from the picture below, the company has done an impressive job of recreating his likeness. DAM Toys even used their new figure to echo one of the most famous photos of Jobs.

The figure seems to be based on Jobs’ later years at Apple, when he often made presentations while wearing a black sweater, jeans, and tennis shoes. But instead of outfitting Jobs with some of his more famous innovations like the iPod, the iMac, or the iPhone, DAM Toys went old school and gave the figure an Apple MAC and floppy disks as its primary accessories.

The Jobs figure has several points of articulation as well as interchangeable hands that will allow fans to place Jobs in some of his signature poses.

You can see more pictures of this figure in our gallery below. DAM Toys hasn’t yet released the information about how much the Steve Jobs figure will cost or when it will be released. But we hope that this Jobs figure will lead to more tech icons receiving similar tributes. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak would be at the top of our wish list, and even Bill Gates would make an interesting addition. But what we’re really holding out for is an Elon Musk figure, just to give Dan Casey and Kyle Hill something cool for Christmas.

What do you think about this Steve Jobs figure? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

Images: DAM Toys

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