The Chumby One actually has lower power specs (likely due to the smaller screen/backlight and slower processor); it's 5V, but only 2000mA (2.0A)... the connector is also slightly smaller than the C8's connector.
My old analog caliper measures the C8 (well I8, for me) connector's outer diameter at 0.136", or 3.5mm. I can't get the caliper's jaws inside the socket on the I8, but eyeballing it gave me a measurement of 0.050", or 1.27mm... since 3.5mm x 1.3mm is a common plug size, I'd say that's what the I8/C8 use.
According to the wiki, the Chumby One uses a 3.2mm x 0.9mm plug. I couldn't find anything like that readily available though, but I ordered some wall warts with a 2.5mm x 0.8mm plug (since the wiki says they ship with a connector with a 0.8mm ID), hoping that the spring contact for the outside of the barrel is wide enough to span the gap. For reference, the ones I purchased can be found here, on eBay; rated for 5V @ 2A, their output is just what the doctor ordered -- next will be to see if the small round peg fits in the larger round hole
Once the wall warts come in -- unfortunately they're quite literally on the slow boat from China -- I'll let you know how they fared as Chumby One power supplies. I personally didn't mind taking the risk, as I have other projects that can put them to use where the connector size is irrelevant. I also have the option of trying to find a more suitable connector via one of my favorite electronics suppliers (Jameco, Mouser, etc) or on the end of a wall wart at a thrift store and stick it on there.
This thread also gave me the idea to see if people wanted to go in on a group order for specifically Chumby-compatible power supplies, which you can sign up for on this forum thread. It would be a while (waiting for people to sign up, waiting for people to pay, ordering the parts, and assembling/shipping everything), but I will personally test each one I put together for fit and operation. Of course if the test supplies I've already ordered work out-of-the-box for the Chumby One, then I'll likely just recommend that course of action for C1 power supply seekers, since it's much cheaper than having me order the parts, hand-assemble them, and re-ship.