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  • I haven't seen a power supplies that wouldn't accept 100-240V in years. You might need a local keyboard (hopefully a little less than €500).
  • Technically: since a number of years, all electronic devices use switched power supplies only (quickly alternating between "on" and "off" state, easily thousands of times per second; what you get out it the average voltage) that suffer very little power loss (heat). That is what makes it possible to build power supplies so small these days; and what makes them very tolerant in variation in input voltage. So, that should indeed not be a problem.

    The other thing is that legally, you are supposed to pay VAT (