Decent amount of built-in storage.
Solid battery life.
Connects to computers and video devices.
Reads files from microSD card.
USB memory keys, and internal memory.
Bright for a pico projector.
Speaker loud enough for a small room.
The ports are protected by a cover.
Touch interface can be tricky to use.
Unstable when connected to input and power cables.
Doesn't handle ambient light well.
No cables for a PC or video source.
Requires included dongles for computer, video, and USB drives.
Limited native photo and video format support.
Touch sensitive buttons easily activated by accident.
The resolution of this product doesn't go higher than 854 x 480.
By Macworld on September 29, 2011
Samsung’s LED pico projector, the SP-H03 really does impress with its tiny form. It takes up a smaller surface area than a DVD disc and is just over an inch tall—that’s including the detachable battery which boasts two hours of use....70
By About.com on May 24, 2011
The Samsung SP-H03 would make a great choice for road warriors who require projectors for demos to small groups of people. This is not a presentation-hall projector. Students and teachers may also benefit, although they will require the ability to...80
By PC Advisor on April 11, 2011
This is a 'grab and go' projector for replacing a laptop screen and is not suited for high-end presentations; the lack of any keystone features to adjust angles is one indication of this. That said, the Samsung SP-H03 can produce a solid,...80
By Macworld UK on March 29, 2011
We open with the ‘wow’ product of the group, the smallest projector on test by quite a margin (7 x 7cm) and also the cheapest. Samsung’s LED pico projector really does impress with its tiny form. It takes up a smaller surface area than...80
By Expert Reviews on February 05, 2011
Although flawed, this is the best pico projector we've seen so far. If you're planning on using it for PowerPoint presentations, bear in mind there's no remote control for the internal media player....80
By IT PRO on January 19, 2011
While flawed, this is the best pico projector we've seen so far. If you're planning on using it for PowerPoint presentations, bear in mind there's no remote control for the internal media player....83
By Trusted Reviews on November 12, 2010
So you want to give a presentation, show off a few photos, maybe watch a film with a few friends at their place, or you're stuck in a hotel with a rubbish telly. Your laptop screen isn't going to be ideal, unless you cart around something like...80
By 5FWD on November 08, 2010
The Samsung SP-H03 is cheaper than many of its rivals, but serves up better than average performance and features. A very impressive mini projector. Samsung SP-H03 Pico Projector is tagged with Samsung SP-H03, Samsung and Pico Projector. Select a tag...80
By PC Mag on October 29, 2010
The Samsung SP-H03 is suitably small for a pico projector, brighter than most, and offers lots of flexibility for image sources, from computers to video devices to microSD cards. Buy it...70
By TechCentral on October 28, 2010
If you thought that all pico projectors were made the same, think again - Samsung proves that it can make it brighter and louder than most of the competition. MINI-PORTS: (clockwise from top left) the Samsung LED Pico Projector has all the usual...80