Japanese toymaker Legend Toys turned plenty of heads in 2012 when it released an ultra-realistic rendition of Steve Jobs as a 12-inch-tall action figure. Complete with its own leather chair and multiple accessories, the mini-Jobs had lovingly detailed facial features, clothing, and accessories.
Legend's latest creation is the Young Steve Jobs, another foot-long figure with remarkable authenticity. It's available in two versions, a Jobs from the late 1970s, and another from the early 1980s.
The early 1980s version of the Young Steve Jobs figure sports the signature turtleneck and jeans. Jobs' death reportedly precipitated a run on the mock black turtlenecks made by Minnesota manufacturer St. Croix.