A full-size waxwork figure of the late Steve Jobs is now on show at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, to mark the first anniversary of the Apple chairman's death. And it is uncannily accurate.

The model took three months to create and cost a staggering HK$1.5 million (around £120,000). A mighty team of sculptors, hair and colour artists was put together to make the figure, and the project had the blessing and permission of both Apple and Jobs's family.

There are currently no plans to show the Jobs waxwork outside of Asia, with its next two stops being Bangkok and Shanghai. Its presence has already been very well received by Apple fans in Hong Kong, who are lining up to pay their own tributes.

"Steve Jobs’s inventions have changed the face of modern technology," said Kelly Mak, general manager of Madame Tussauds Hong Kong.

"He has inspired and influenced millions of people and undoubtedly deserves a place here. We are happy to give the public the opportunity to pay tribute to somebody who has helped shape their world."

We're not too sure about the lingering crotch shots on the video, mind.