Both iPhones and Googles Pixel 2 phone feature security hardware chips that essentially prevent brute forcing of the passcode by having it be handled by a dedicated hardware security module. To my knowledge this also prevents the device from being compromised even when the phone is simply locked and not turned off, because the ram encrypted as well, and all encryption is handled by the dedicated chip.
Is there any laptops which feature security like this? I do realize that both Apple devices and Google devices are running operating systems made by the company which made the device, and I see how that could pose issues when implementing such features in a laptop designed to take different operating systems.
I've always taken advantage of full disk encryption on my computers, but I know that these days it is rather easy to use various software to bypass the lockscreens of the computer. Typically the only way to ensure disk encryption does its job is to make sure your computer is off whenever it is fully compromised. However the aforementioned phone hardware security features seem to solve this issue with the dedicated chip.