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Super AMOLED is way hypersaturated. Not sure how the Nexus 10 screen stacks up, but I've heard it's decent, but I don't think Super AMOLED is the answer. The real problem with Android for tablets is the lack of apps. There's PS Touch and then a whole bunch of large phone apps.
I have had an Android tablet (running stock ICS) for the past year, and I loved it at first. So customizable, so nice and cool. Then, over this past year, more and more little quirks have started annoying the crap out of me. Lack of tablet apps is the biggest...there just aren't that many for Android, so a lot of the time you're just dealing with these huge phone interfaces and it looks and feels terrible. Lack of design consistency is another, plus little lags here and there, plus degrading battery life. There are some pluses as well, of course. Still, I found myself longing for the simpler, more consistent, app heavy and lag-free feeling of my iPhone, so enter the iPad mini (I want a smaller form factor to make reading more comfortable, which I find awkward on the 10" device I have now).