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Voltage Converter

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I have received different messages about whether I need a voltage converter while 'm in Ireland. I've been told that laptops and Smart Phones automatically convert, so a converter isn't needed for them. The other two items about which I have questions are my camera with rechargeable battery, and a hair dryer.

Can anyone tell me definitively what, if any of these, will require a voltage converter? Is it best just to buy one in Ireland? Thanks for your patience in helping me understand this topic!!

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