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Old 12.02.2020, 14:25
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Re: Electronics from USA

Due to their mobile nature, the power supplies of objects like laptops, phone chargers, hairdryers etc will usually accept both US and European voltages, and you will only need a mechanical converter for the plug.

I have doubts on the TV... the signal decoders are quite different even within Europe so it's rarely useful to move those objects. It depends on what you want to do with it, but if it's your old TV from a US home I suggest to sell it and buy a new one, while if you're planning to buy across the ocean you should double-check the specs (and also customs import procedures: a laptop can fit a small luggage, while a TV...)