You will usually find devices with widely spaced sockets with the home theater equipment.
There are three standard approaches to this issue that I know of.
One) get a “rotating” power strip where each socket can be rotated. I personally think these look awful, but some people like them.
Two) get a standard power strip was widely spaced sockets and use brackets to put it upside down under the back of the desk. This satisfies people who don’t want to look at the plugs all the time, and works quite well. ( I know this one doesn’t have wide spacing, but it was the best picture I saw of the mounting style)
Three) my personal favorite is to get a “tower” design surge protector. be warned, however, that many of these are cheap Chinese devices with no safety ratings. I personally will pay the extra $20 to get one which has an ETL or UL listing for safety.
The following model is now ETL listed, and 4.5 stars at Amazon. But you can find other similar brands at places like Best Buy. Again, look in the home theater section and you are more likely to find widely spaced sockets.
They also have an even more expensive model that has a 12 foot cord, which is nice for some locations.