the answer to the question was definitely a "all of these things strengthen that computers will take over" EXCEPT.
tvs were once new... strengthens, even if slightly, implying that tv's were once new and they took over, just like computers
computers are getting cheaper... strengthens because it opens the market up. and it did say relative... so this is definitely not it
computers offer more options... strengthens again, even if slightly, that they are better
-- but implies that computers can offer more and thus people will buy -- not it
the fourth one was definitely something totally out there... and wrong
If people have both TVs and computers, then it does nothing to strengthen the claim that computers will replace TVs as the entertainment source. Why haven't they gotten rid of their TV's?
that both own... does NOTHING for the argument just as heya said, because if computers were "taking over" people would have gotten rid of their tvs, because that is what the argument implied. hence it weakens because it basically says "people could own both and tv would still be king"