They sell these devices at my local Home Hardware called touch lamp repair kits. I've only read the box, but the gist is that they're little boxes with some wires coming out, and they can either repair an existing touch lamp, or turn an ordinary lamp into one. Now, something like this makes me think. If it works on lamps, why not computers? Granted, it's designed for 120vac, so there'd have to be a relay set up. But still, it does have potential for a very simple touch start setup, that would hardly require any electronics knowledge. So is it worth picking up to try? It's only $15, but I'd like to know if it could work or not first.