Since the launch of the iPad, all of the tablets on the market are variations of the iPad’s form factor. Sony breaks the model with its new foldable “Tablet P” made up of two dual 5.5″ touch screens. While it was first revealed a few months ago, I had not seen or heard of it until CES. Having more in common with a Nintendo DS than other tablets, the Tablet P runs Android. By folding in half, the Tablet P lends itself to be taken on the go. The device is 4G capable (I believe that Sony said it will be available on AT&T this year). The interface is what sets this device apart. In the video, you will see how easy it is to push music or video to your HDTV via DLNA. It’s one of the friendlier DLNA implementations I’ve seen.Video below of the Tablet P in use.