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American electrical gadgets

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The last time we went to Europe we needed to bring a transformer to convert gadgets that use American wattage to those that use European wattage. It seems that now the newer cell phones and computers and ebooks (which are pretty much all we would use) accommodate multiple voltages. Is this accurate or do we still need to bring the heavy transformer box. We do have the converter plugs. Any reason our GPS wouldn't work? Thanks

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