Except it is a hybrid.You dont need any chips in the dock itself for it to be a home console.It just needs to have the functionality of one.Home consoles are more of a concept, rather than a piece of tecnology.A home console is something that plays mainly games(as in it is optimized for that) and displays that image on the tv, while you control it via a controller, but the unit itself is not portable.And the Switch is ALSO that(you can treat it as only that, if you so like).If we dont take that concept as the definition, then the PS4 and XOne are actually just very limited PCs, that happens to only play games.
The Switch is both parts equal home and handheld console.I can understand why you would prefer using more one or the other, and thus being more of a handheld for you, but its a hybrid at heart.And hey, if you wanna go by the official statement, the Switch is a home console(according to Nintendo), so there is that.
Its funny how people see Switch hardware and say it's handled not home console only because has mobile hardware in it or Switch itself has mobile form factor, but dont realise that whole Switch is made from ground that can act, to be used and to give full home experience also, and actual Switch does that.
It's very obvious that Switch is true hybrid console of home console and handheld console, and how it would be used depends only from each consumer.
Need for Speed was not a CPU intensive game so it could run well on Wii U. But most 360 and PS3 games weren't like that. EA broke with Nintendo because the Wii U couldn't run Frostbite.
EA (like most other 3rd parties) abandoned Wii U because terrible sales of Wii U.