This is actually really interesting. Basically why do Windows laptops asleep sometimes just die and get super hot while Apple ones generally don’t?
It ties into Apple’s vertical integration and lower power chips - although not completely absent as a problem on Macs it is mitigable unlike on most modern Windows laptops. Basically OEMs fail to implement all possible sleep states in their firmware, power hungry Intel chips wake for network access and drain battery life, and Windows disabled the ability to toggle that off because of the first issue. On Macs, just disable wake for network access and it’s good to go (though if you don’t, you can still run into this issue).
Bottom line: Linus says he can’t recommend a Windows laptop over a MacBook until this fixed.