Lenovo introduces Aya Fernandez as the newest face of ThinkBook Series


The beautiful, brainy, and talented Aya Fernandez was introduced as the newest face of Lenovo’s ThinkBook Series, a line of professional laptops designed for small and medium businesses and the younger workforce in an online launch held last June 17 via Facebook Live. 

From representing the Philippines at the Miss Tourism International in 2018, to being a TV personality, running her own eco-charcoal company, launching campaigns with various advocacies focused on promoting the Filipino culture, and now, a Lenovo ambassador, Aya is a multi-hyphenate in her early twenties who strives to empower others to live their lives with purpose. As the latest addition to the Lenovo family, Aya will be hosting and attending future Lenovo events and will be supporting its programs and advocacies. 

“We are overjoyed to introduce Aya as the ambassador for our ThinkBook series. Our devices are designed to redefine productivity with instantaneous response, making the line well suited to the young generation – tech-savvy, driven, and diverse. Aya not only embodies this spirit with fierce passion but goes beyond expectations by balancing all her roles and responsibilities at the same time. She inspires people to work hard and work smart in achieving success, which is one of the main goals of Lenovo’s smarter technology. We believe ThinkBook and Aya are a perfect pair,” said Michael Ngan, President and General Manager, Lenovo Philippines. 

With its sleek and modern exterior, the ThinkBook 15 doesn’t compromise style for function. Lenovo developed the ThinkBook series to respond to the agile nature of the millennial and Gen Z workers, offering enhanced connectivity, AI-based technology, and enterprise-level support. Essentially, it integrates the convenience of a consumer laptop with professional grade features and performance. 

ThinkBook 15 comes pre-installed with Skype for Business that makes video conferencing and collaboration instant and convenient, and sports the ThinkShutter webcam cover that gives its users full control over its camera for privacy. With an integrated fingerprint reader on the Smart Power Button, logging into the laptop is as quick and easy as unlocking a smartphone.The lightweight device also offers a battery life of up to 12hours, allowing the young workforce to keep unplugged and work on the go. 

ThinkBook series and the remote workforce 

As the Philippine workforce shifts to remote work due to quarantine restrictions and the continued threat of the coronavirus, the ThinkBook series offers in-demand features and collaboration tools needed to deliver optimal productivity while allowing users to work with flexibility and mobility. This line of business laptops is the expert workforce companion, especially for remote workers and the small and medium businesses that are just starting to bounce back from the disruptions brought by the pandemic. 

“The ThinkBook series was designed to keep up with the demands of the modern workplace and to allow its users to work on-the-go with utmost convenience. This is perfect for small and medium businesses, especially now that remote work seems to be rolling out across industries in the Philippines. Because of the success of most businesses with this setup, it seems that the work-from-home arrangement is here to stay. Lenovo’s ThinkBook series helps businesses adjust well to this new norm,” said Ngan. The ThinkBook series come in four variants – ThinkBook 15, ThinkBook 14s, ThinkBook 14, and ThinkBook 13s.The devices may be covered with Lenovo’s full suite of services and 24x7 technical support, as well as protection for damages such as minor spills, drops, or damages to the screen, which are not usually part of standard warranties. 

More information about the ThinkBook series can be found at Lenovo PH’s website