"Can people please understand that" nobody cares ?!
The devices are aimed at two different target groups.
Just because some here on the forum, a minority with a far larger percentage of enthusiasts than average, know all the available hardware inside out and have to have and compare everything, doesn't mean anyone "out there" cares.
The Switch is a simple out-of-the-box experience that a 5 year old, a tech-illiterate 25 year old, as well as a 65 year old can easily handle. Unpack it, turn it on, get started. Everything is optimized and customized for it, there is very little room for the user to make mistakes.
NO PC gamer has ever had or will ever have the luxury of such a playful and hassle-free experience with a gaming PC - the Steam Deck makes a lot of things easier on the surface, but at its core it is still a PC - just with an integrated controller, screen and speakers. It already starts with the fact that you have to switch to the Linux desktop interface for certain application purposes, deal with a terminal and take resulting detours to the desired application.
Even some PC-affine Windows users throw their hands up in horror.
It is amateurish to compare the two devices again and again merely on the basis of the form factor, although they are not in competition with each other at all.
And even more so, the difference in performance does not really matter. One is a device for enthusiasts, the other is a toy for everyone.
In my opinion, both groups get an excellent device for the respective applications and anyone who complains because one device can't do what the other can and vice versa has missed the point of the respective device.