Looks like one of my kludges.
I've been running a BBS / print server for around 20 years, using a really old computer, the kind with a push on / push off power button. I also use it as a file server, it is handy for backups. The only reason I suggested a relay way back when is you don't want to inject voltages into an unknown circuit like the motherboard switch, and both MOSFETs and transistors must be biased correctly. With a relay, it doesn't matter, and relays can be very small indeed.
I gather you have your own vision what you want. I'll respect that. If you want any more input from me just PM me.
A toggle switch. seems to be a relay at the first glance.
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