I don't understand - why is the warranty only available in the same country where you bought it? Eve is an international company, the product version is the same all over the world, and you ship with DHL to all over the world. What if someone moves to another country? Why should they lose their warranty?
Do the accessories have any warranty? The one posted above only applies to the tablet, but I think keyboard and pen should also have warranty. At least half the length of tablet's warranty?
Also, maybe I'm nitpicking, but I don't think coatings are "designed to diminish over time" Maybe a more exact phrasing would be "inevitably diminish over time", since it's not done on purpose.
"Defects caused by normal wear and tear" - what does "normal aging" mean here? Whatever it is, I think this shouldn't happen during the warranty period and it should be covered
As for the poll, do whatever you want, but please don't choose 3rd party repair facilities... If they're only responsible for the man work, then it's OK. But please don't make anyone but Eve responsible for setting the prices and deciding whether the product will be repaired free of charge, or replaced, or something else. Here in Lithuania, you will not find a single warranty service that actually honestly examines the product before saying "meh it's your fault, pay is this insane amount of money and we'll fix it".
The second worst option would be shipping it all the way to China because DHL is damn expensive. So if you're outside warranty, you'll have to pay over $100 just for shipping... That's a lot. Really.
Please also consider:
As for out of warranty repairs, I think you should leave two options available. 1 - whichever you choose from the poll, and 2 - self-repair. Some people won't want to pay for shipping and man work, so for example if their SSD stopped working, they can decide to repair it themselves.
For that to work, you will need to have replacement parts to ship out. Which brings us to...
Keeping stock of replacement parts.
My suggestion would be selling some spare parts to some eBay seller. That way, even when your part pile is empty, people can still buy them from eBay. And you don't have to pay for storage of those parts, the reseller will take care of it.