This is an excerpt from Andy Grove's keynote address at Comdex '91,
"The Second Decade: Computer-Supported Collaboration."
In this excerpt, Andy describes the need to move graphics processing away from
ISA bus cards and onto devices attached directly to the processor. Charlie demonstrates the Dell/Intel "JAWS" prototype as compared to an ISA bus card.
January 22, 1992, Steve Jobs demos NeXTSTEP 3.0 on Dell 450DGX ("JAWS")
Glenn Henry and I were there to represent Dell.
Steve declared that JAWS would become an industry standard, but PCI became the broader standard.
Steve didn't identify the demo machine as Dell 450DGX, but the SmartVU at 1:44:54 gives it away: