Yes, that is correct, A Salad Spinner Centrifuge!
Undergraduate students at Rice University in Houston Texas, Lila Kerr and Lauren Theis have created a way to diagnose anemia without power using a low cost portable device.
The "Sally Centrifuge" came out of a class project in the two students Introduction to Bioengineering and World Health Class. The product can successfully separate blood to allow diagnosis of anemia with no electricity. It costs around $30 to produce and can process 30, 15 microliter blood samples in about 20 minutes.