The Freeloader by Bretford is literally a workstation on wheels - everything you might find in a workstation except for the desktop that is! This is a fairly substantial storage cabinet that includes places for files, desk odds and ends, personal effects, all in a lockable mobile unit. The top also serves nicely as a standing work counter. The internals are reconfigurable, and different features can be added and removed to suit the user. More images, and some thoughts on how to use a piece like this.
How do you use a cabinet like this? What's the point of putting your stuff on wheels if its always parked at your desk? I think there are a couple of different things going on here. This mobile element is big enough to create privacy for your workstation, but the fact that it is easily moved aside can make it part of a dynamic workstation. But more effectively I see it used in an office that utilizes hoteling for workers that are only in-house part time. This "road warrior" type of worker is able to have all their necessary workstation materials in one of these cabinets. On their days in the office they take their mobile home base to a temporary workstation and can immediately set to work for the day. I think that is when a cabinet like this really shines.