I don't have cable. I don't watch much TV at all. Some select shows like the Super Bowl & the Oscars. DH watches the news and some sports. Other than that, my TV is just a vehicle to display DVDs or internet. So Antenna was the only thing I checked.
We do have fax machines at work (actually printers that can fax) but I never use the fax so I didn't count that.
And I do still have VHS tapes I took of my kids when they were little. It's on my "list of things to do" to digitize them. I have the VCR set up and connected to my computer and the applicable software, it's just a matter of actually sitting there and doing it. I didn't check off VHS though, because it's not something I regularly use. I've just been slow about converting.
I also actually have an old typewriter. It was the one my father used for years and it was old when he acquired it so it's a pretty neat piece. It sits on display on my bookshelf. Since it's just for display, I didn't check that off either.
And lastly, I have all my old albums and a turntable but I never actually play them. I cannot get rid of them because, well, because! They're my old albums! But who's gonna get the turntable out and listen to one side of an album at a time when I can listen to as many full albums as I want to (and exclude the songs I don't like) on my computer!? Not me.