I was wondering something. With all the large cpu power available today and with the continous increase of harddisk and RAM sizes, VST(i) piano's and other digital instruments start to sound quite decent. But ofcourse even modern digital piano's (like the new clavinova's, the Privia's etc.) do not have -I think- all the horsepower a mordern pc or laptop has. Still they tend to sound quite well and suprisingly balanced.
The thing I am wondering now is what are, for example the library sizes on let's say the modern clavinova's? Do they really have stored gigabytes of pianosamples on these machines? Or are the sounds more generated in a way like truepiano's and pianoteq do? In that case I am quite impressed with the cpu-power these modern digital piano's have.
So, does anybody has any insights on the memory, cpu-power, library-samples or what-so-ever nowadays is used in these fine instruments?