A Japanese firm is producing dolls in the likenesses of their owners for little more than USD $2,100!
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Robotics firm Little Island claim they can create a tiny likeness of anyone - even replicating the sound of their voice.
Customers place their £1,500 order and simply submit a photo of the person they'd like their new toy to resemble.
Six months later, and their very own Mini-Me will turn up on their doorstep.
The dolls can be taught to sound like the customer via an in-built microphone, a computer and voice recognition software.
The robots, which are created in a technology centr just north of Tokyo, are equipped with 80 gigabytes of storage and a webcam.
The advanced version can even download the latest news and weather and then read back the reports - in your voice.